Some articles on stained:
... The stained-glass ceiling is a sociological phenomenon in religious communities similar to the concept of the "glass ceiling." This concept revolves around the apparent difficulty for women who seek to gain a ... The use of the term "stained-glass ceiling" is metaphorical, indicating a certain level of power or authority within church structures that women tend not to rise above within church hierarchies ... The stained-glass ceiling is a particular aspect of a broader trend of gender segregation and discrimination in religious communities, by use defined social roles and barriers typically ...
... Inside, a set of excellent stained glass windows ... intact and an extensive scheme of stained glass, designed by Hardman Co ... who were also responsible for the stained glass in the Houses of Parliament ...
... The stained glass windows in the side walls imitate the subdued colors in the windows of sun-drenched Italy rather than those in France and Germany, where ... The beautiful high altar sits under a gorgeous stained glass window depicting the Crucifixion ...
... The rest of St Andrew’s stained glass was commissioned for the church ... There is a large stained glass window in the apse of the church to the memory of Field-Marshal, Earl Haig as well as glass commemorating the Cameron ... Additionally a number of stained glass windows have been given in memory of individual members of the congregation ...
... Munich-style stained glass was produced in the Royal Bavarian Stained Glass Manufactory, Munich, in the mid-19th century ... the first time in Continental Europe the revival of the art of stained glass and established in 1827 the “Königliche Glasmalereianstalt” / “Royal Stained Glass ... Maria Hess were entrusted by the King to bring stained glass back to life ...
More definitions of "stained":
- (adj): Having a coating of stain or varnish.
- (adj): Marked or dyed or discolored with foreign matter.
Example: "A badly stained tablecloth"; "tear-stained cheeks"
Famous quotes containing the word stained:
“I think I could . . .
if Id been different, or wise, or calm,
I think I could have charmed the table,
the stained dish or the hand of the dealer.
But its done.
Its all used up.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“For often at Church Ive seen the stained high glass
Pour out the Virgin and Saints, twist and untwist
The mortal youth of Christ astride an ass.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“The honor my country shall never be stained by an apology from me for the statement of truth and the performance of duty; nor can I give any explanation of my official acts except such as is due to integrity and justice and consistent with the principles on which our institutions have been framed.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)