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1983-84


Journal of Stained Glass

VOL XVIII NO 1 ISBN 0 9510334 0 9 (1983-84)

CONTENTS

The French 12th, 13th and 16th century glass at Rivenhall, Essex
by Dr Françoise Perrot, Secretary of the International Corpus Vitrearum, & Director of the Centre International du Vitrail, Chartes
and Anne Granboulan, Archivist, Centre International du Vitrail, Chartes
1
The Creed and Prophet series in the east window of Beverley Minster, Yorkshire
by Timothy Challis, Sunderland Polytechnic
15
A group of 16th century panels from the Low Countries now in British churches
by Dr Yvette Vanden Bemden, University of Namur, CVMA, Belgium
and Jill Kerr, CVMA, Great Britain
32
Baernard Dininckhoff - armorial glass-painter extraordinary, Part II
by Brian Sprakes, designer, glass historian
40
Researches on medieval window lead
by Dr Barry Knight, Ancient Monuments Laboratory, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission
49
A William Jay Bolton window discovered at West Lynn, Norfolk
by Professor Willene B Clark, Marlboro College, Vermont
52
Seventy years work. The stained glass of Joseph Edward Nuttgens, 1892-1982
by Professor Patrick Nuttgens, Director of the Leeds Polytechnic
58
The Tradescant Window in the Museum of Garden History, St Mary-at-Lambeth, London
by Lawrence Lee, stained glass artist, author and teacher
78
The Howard Martin Memorial Window
by Rodney Bender, stained glass artist
84
Windows about windows
by Mike Davis, stained glass artist
84
Conservation in private practice
by Alfred Fisher, stained glass artist
90
Obituary:
C Rupert Moore ARCA FMGP (1904-1982)

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