Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi

Medieval Stained Glass in Great Britain

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Buildings of England, Pevsner
Pevsner’s comprehensive series on The Buildings of England provides a backbone for the study of architecture in Great Britain. This site details the history of the series and the ongoing activities towards its updating and expansion.
Church Stained Glass Records
Church Stained Glass windows is a remarkable site compiled by Robert Eberhard. It includes a database of nearly 20,000 nineteenth-century and later windows in over 3,000 churches in southern England. Although the site does not include images, it is of particular value to anyone studying nineteenth-century designers and makers of stained glass. Glass before 1800 is not included.
Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture
Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland
A searchable, digital archive of British and Irish Romanesque sculpture.
Different Visions
A USA-based, free, on-line academic magazine specializing in new approaches to medieval art, including stained glass.
French site with a vast range of information on stained glass
International Centre for Medieval Art
World-wide organization dedicated to the study of medieval art and culture, including stained glass.
Lambeth Palace Church Plans Project
Project by Lambeth Palace Library to digitize and provide access to church plans held in the Incorporated Church Building Society archive. The database, searchable by place, people or date, contains plans of many churches featured in the CVMA (GB) picture archive.
Medieval Art and Architecture – Chartres Cathedral
A comprehensive website maintained by Dr Alison Stones of the University of Pittsburg with information about the architecture and stained glass of Chartres Cathedral.
Published by the International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage Art.
Public Monuments and Sculpture Association
Site of the PMSA, aimed at heightening public appreciation of Britain's public sculpture, and contributing to its preservation, protection and promotion. Contains an image gallery.
The Association for the History of Glass
The Association for the History of Glass is an educational charity set up to advance knowledge and interest in the study of glass for all periods of history and in all parts of the world.
Victoria County History
The is the site for the VCH, begun in 1899, providing the history of English places and their people, county by county, from original documents. Some texts available on-line.
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