Stained Glass in Wales | Gwydr Lliw yng Nghymru

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St.Cenydd: Church of St Mary, Swansea
In some cases finding even the most basic information about windows, such as the name of the artist or studio responsible, or the date a window was made, can be difficult to find. Often the details relating to the particularities of individual commissions are unknown. Much of the research presented on this catalogue is the result of fieldwork rather than the study of archival sources. Any new attributions and dating (or corrections of previous attributions and dating) has been through the observation of makers' marks and signatures or the identification of a design or style with other attributed works. Use of other sources has been acknowledged where possible.

If you are able to provide further information about a window included in the catalogue, please use the link on the page to send further information, corrections or comments, which will be added to the relevant record with acknowledgement.

Although the funding for the project has come to an end, the catalogue is still growing and being updated as new information to comes to light. Further windows are being added and there is now an opportunity for users to contribute further windows to the catalogue. Please email to request a link to add details of windows and architectural glass, with a brief note of the material that you would like to add. It is also possible to attach photographs if you have them.

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Martin Crampin (mcrampin@wales.ac.uk).





 
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