Sacrifice in Stained Glass: Memorials of Three Canadian Wars

PHOTO: Dying Canadian Solder circa 1917 (detail) now at the Regina Armoury   Full Article  in Canadian Military History, January 2012  by Prof. Jonathan...

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Christ’s Church Cathedral of 1876, Hamilton, Ontario

A well-researched article by Alexander L. Darling on the 19th and 20th century windows in Hamilton’s Victorian Gothic Anglican Cathedral...

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Rault Fréres of Rennes, France, 1898-present. 100 Installations in Canada

Andre Rault setting dalle de verre in lead cames c. 1967. ABOVE: Andre and Paul study a maquette for St...

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160 Studio Signatures from Seven Countries

Sometimes large and obvious, but often almost invisibly tiny, signatures give fundamental information – the Who, When and Where –...

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How Stained Glass is Made

The six basic, ancient steps in the production of stained glass. Thanks to the Getty Center for this simplified overview of...

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David Hockney To Design Stained Glass Window for Elizabeth II

Joining Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse and other great 20th century artists, David Hockney is creating a window for the Queen...

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Robert McCausland Limited, Toronto, founded 1857

“Almost thirty-two thousand windows have been recorded in [the McCausland’s] remarkable Letter Book and Day Books, from 1897 to the...

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Guido Nincheri, Montreal: “Canada’s Michelangelo”

PHOTO: Mary's Assumption to Heaven, Holy Rosary Cathedral, Vancouver c. 1943 Guido Nincheri (1885 – 1973) may be the most...

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2500 Design Drawings from J. & R. Lamb Studios (Est. 1857). Archived at the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

2500 beautiful and original “maquettes” from this renowned American studio are archived at the Library of Congress. Lamb Studio Current...

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History and Preservation of American Stained Glass

PRESERVATION BRIEFS No. 33 Neal A. Vogel and Rolf Achilles Published 1990s National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior...

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Historical Overview of Glass in Canada: 1856 to 2016

PHOTO: Giniigaaniimenaaning: “Looking Ahead” (Central Section) by Christi Belcourt, 2012. Parliament of Canada The Institute is creating the first wide-ranging...

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Parliament Hill, Winter 2015

Graphic © ISGC 2016 We look forward to presenting historically significant photos from many Ottawa buildings, along with several thousand...

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A “Lost” Adam and Eve Window of 1533

By courtesy of The Mentor, the journal of The Metropolitan Museum, New York, our favourite “Canadian” window, the Adam and...

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