Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi

Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Norfolk View Full Record
Thornhill, St Michael Yorkshire, West Riding View Full Record
Woolley, St Peter Yorkshire, West Riding View Full Record
Woolley, St Peter Yorkshire, West Riding View Full Record
Canterbury, Canterbury Cathedral Corona Chapel, east window Kent View Full Record
Cholmondeley, Cholmondeley Castle, St Nicholas Chapel East window Cheshire View Full Record
Thornhill, St Michael North aisle, north window, 2nd from east Yorkshire, West Riding View Full Record
Thornhill, St Michael North aisle, north window, 2nd from east Yorkshire, West Riding View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Ground floor, south-west room Norfolk View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Ground floor, south-west room Norfolk View Full Record
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Holy Trinity West window Northumberland View Full Record
Polstead, St Mary North porch, east window Suffolk View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Ground floor, south-west room, oriel, west window Norfolk View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Great Hall, west bay window Norfolk View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Great Hall, south window, 2nd from east 2a Norfolk View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Drawing room, south window, 1st from left Norfolk View Full Record
Felbrigg, Felbrigg Hall Drawing room, south window, 1st from left Norfolk View Full Record
Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery (NML) Museum collection Lancashire View Full Record
Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery (NML) Museum collection Lancashire View Full Record
Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery (NML) Museum collection Lancashire View Full Record

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