With its interdisciplinary approach, The Journal of Stained Glass covers all aspects and periods of stained glass, making it an invaluable resource for historians, students and anyone with an interest in the medium, as well as for designers, craftworkers and conservators. Featuring wide-ranging articles by recognised experts in the field, each issue includes a provocative guest editorial and sections on: the History of stained glass; Research & Methodology; Contemporary Practice; and Technical Inquiry; along with a New Work Portfolio, reports on recent prizes and awards, exhibitions and obituaries, and a comprehensive book review section. The Journal of Stained Glass is the only English-language publication to cover all of these subjects in depth.

The scope is strongly international, with articles on stained glass in the Ukraine, Iceland, Australia, Canada, Poland, Ireland, Australia and the United States, as well as from the United Kingdom! Themed issues include: the Medievalism Special Issue; The Glass House Special Issue; Burne-Jones Special Issue; America Issue; Scotland Issue, and The Stained Glass Collection of Sir John Soane’s Museum.

Each volume usually includes a minimum of 200 pages with well over 100 colour illustrations.

Sandra Coley Hon FMGP is Editor, for enquiries about submissions contact journaled@bsmgp.org.uk

2001

Vol. XXV (2001)

ISBN 0 9540457 1 8 216 pages, over 120 illustrations, most in colour
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A guest editorial by Dr Nicola Gordon Bowe on recent exhibitions and publications revealing differences in late-19th-century and early 20th-stained glass in Ireland, Britain and Europe. Groundbreaking studies of the development of stained glass in Poland along with a complete glazing history of the model church of the Ecclesiological Society: All Saints’, Margaret Street Church in London and the successive schemes of 20th-century stained glass in Liverpool Cathedral. Histories of the studios of Christopher Webb in St Albans and Alfred Leonard Pike in Redditch, as well as Guido Nincheri in Montreal with a methodology for recording stained glass using the latter’s archive. Part 2 of 1881 Census records for London glass-painters and a report on the important work of NADFAS Church recorders. New stained glass commissions include Douglas Hogg’s Newman window for Oriel College, Oxford and Ruth Taylor Jacobson’s Masks for a Purimspiel. Technical Inquiry explores the science of glass, plus 16 book reviews. Obituaries and appreciations are published for the Reverend Francis Stephens ARCA FMGP, Birkin Haward OBE FRIBA FSA, Chris Brooks, Harcourt Doyle, Jasper Kettlewell FMGP and Molly Kettlewell.

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2000

Vol. XXIV (2000)

ISBN 0 9540457 0 X 200 pages, 75 illustrations in b/w and colour

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1999

Vol. XXIII (1999)


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1998

Vol. XXII (1998)


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1997

Vol. XXI (1997)


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1996

Vol. XX no. I (1996)


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1994-95

Vol. XIX no. 3 (1994-1995)


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1991-93

Vol. XIX no. 2 (1991-1993)


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1989-90

Vol. XIX no. 1 (1989-1990)


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