Studies in Medieval Stained Glass and Monasticism [Hardback]

Meredith Parsons Lillich (Author)

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ISBN: 9781899828333 | Published by: Pindar Press | Year of Publication: 2001 | Language: English 436p, 258 illus




Studies in Medieval Stained Glass and Monasticism

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Lillch discusses all aspects of stained glass produced in France during the Gothic era. As well as analysing the iconography, style and hagiography of these major works of art, Lillich also considers glaziers, specific glazing techniques, grisaille and displaced panels. The papers study regional traditions, such as in Normandy, Aquitaine, Lorraine and Champagne, and the significant developments in stained glass during the late Capetian period.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Gothic Glaziers: Monks, Jews, Taxpayers, Bretons, Women
European Stained Glass around 1300: The Introduction of Silver Stain
The Band Window: A Theory of Origin and Development
Three Essays on French Thirteenth Century Grisaille Glass
A Redating of the Thirteenth-century Grisaille Windows of Chartres Cathedral
An Early Image of St. Louis
The Ex-Voto Window at St.-Gengoult, Toul
Observations on the Gothic Rose Window with Centripetal Tracery
The Monumental Program of the Green Rose of Châlons Cathedral
St. Memmie, Bishop of Châlons, and Other Bishop Saints in the Gothic Windows of Châlons Cathedral
Remembrance of Things Past: Stained Glass Spolia at Châlons Cathedral
More Stained Glass Spolia at Châlons Cathedral
Monastic Stained Glass: Patronage and Style
Cleanliness with Godliness: A Discussion of Medieval Monastic Plumbing
Recent Scholarship Concerning Cistercian Windows
Stained Glass from Western France (1250-1325) in American Collections
Les vitraux de la cathédrale de Sées a Los Angeles et dans d'autres musées américains
A Stained Glass Apostle from Sées Cathedral (Normandy) in the Victoria and Albert Museum
Bishops from Evron
Découverte d'un vitrail perdu de Saint-Père de Chartres
Notes
Index

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