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Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Buckinghamshire Stained Glass
Monica and Cliff Robinson have created an invaluable site containing details of over 1,000 stained glass windows in Buckinghamshire. The site includes about 2,000 photographs.
California State University
This is the stained glass aspect of California State University's well illustrated World Art Site. Has a gallery of images.
Corpus Narratologica (France)
A website with excellent images of stained glass windows from Bourges, Le Mans, Poitiers and Chartres.
Foto Marburg
This famous picture archive includes many images of stained glass.
Institut Royal du Patrimoine Artistique/Koninklijk Instituut voor het Kunstpatrimonium (Royal Institute for the Study and Conservation of Belgium's Artistic Heritage)
Stained glass is represented among the several hundred thousand items.
Michigan Stained Glass
The Michigan Stained Glass Census is run by the Michigan State University Museum. It includes an impressive photo archive as well as information about American stained glass artists.
Norfolk Stained Glass
An expanding website with high-quality images of medieval and later stained glass from Norfolk.
Stained Glass in Wales
A searchable catalogue of Welsh stained-glass windows from the fourteenth century to the present day, with over 5000 photographs.
St John's Church, Gouda, The Netherlands
The sixteenth-century windows in St John’s Church (the Sint Janskerk) in Gouda are the finest extant examples of early glass in the Netherlands. Two websites provide excellent guides to the church and its famous glass.
The Gertrude and Robert Metcalf Collection
The Metcalf Collection of pre-Second World War photographs of European stained glass windows (mainly French), hosted by The Index of Christian Art, Princeton, USA.
The Medieval Stained Glass Photographic Archive
Painton Cowen’s website with 10,000 images of French and English stained glass.
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