Stained Glass Windows

Some articles on stained glass windows, windows, window, glass:

St Laurence's Church, Northfield - Stained Glass Windows
... The beautiful depth of colour and ornate designs of the windows are masterpieces contributed to the work of Hardman Co ... They also designed and made stained glass windows for St ... Houses of Parliament in London, including a window in the House of Lords' ...
Bardwell-Ferrant House
... towers, a wraparound porch with spindlework columns, ogee arches, and deep-toned stained glass windows ... Thieves had also stolen some of the stained glass windows and tile from the fireplace mantels ... pressed metal trim on the towers was painted with other colors to complement the stained glass windows ...
Glass Art - Museums
... Apart from historical collections in general museums, modern works of art in glass can be seen in a variety of museums, including the Chrysler Museum, the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, the Metropolitan ... detailed models of flowers made of painted glass ... The Blaschka Glass Flowers are still an inspiration to glassblowers today ...
Saint Paul's Cathedral, Wellington - History
... quotation "And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto crystal..." (Revelation 46) ... wall overlooking Parliament was also temporary and without a window ... In 1970, the Holm window, over the three doors leading to the Cathedral's refectory, was installed ...
St John's Church, Barmouth - Items of Interest - Stained Glass Windows
... St John's has nine stained glass windows by CE Kemp ... The Main East Window shows Christ in His Majesty with disciples and St John the Evangelist ... The West window depicts the Risen Christ with Angels ...

Famous quotes containing the words windows, stained and/or glass:

    this frenzy,
    like bees stinging the heart all morning,
    will keep the angels
    with their windows open,
    wide as an English bathtub.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    The stained unsightly breath
    Of carious death.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    Or your liquors seep to me, in this glass capsule,
    Dulling and stilling.

    But colourless. Colourless.
    Sylvia Plath (1932–1963)