Special offer for all Central Saint Martins Alumni

The 100 Best Stained Glass Sites in London
Brand new book by Caroline Swash

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The architectural glass featured in this new book includes a wide range from the Middle Ages to the present day, set out according to location. The book is copiously illustrated on every page, in full colour.

No amount of photographic skill can replace the experience of actually seeing glass in buildings. I have arranged the sites for ease of visiting with up to date contacts and opening times just a click away.

The 100 sites in this book are arranged in 13 mapped chapters. They include 3 Cathedrals, 1 Abbey, 51 Churches, 2 Synagogues, 1 Sikh Temple, 10 Chapels, 11 Museums, 2 shops, Schools, Institutes, Civic Centres, Hospitals, and a Medical Library, Day Centre, Hotel, Underground Station, Restaurant and several streets.

Areas covered are the City, West End and East End, Canary Wharf, Greenwich, Battersea, Fulham, Putney and Barnes, Lambeth and Westminster, Kensington and Notting Hill. Outer suburbs include Dulwich, Slough, Kensal Rise and Walthamstow.

Knightsbridge & Kensington

Among the many artists featured are those of the current generation working in architecture, including CSM Glass alumni Lucy Amsden, Benjamin Finn, Georgina Griffiths, Ruth Taylor Jacobson, Nicola Kantorowicz, Kate Maestri and Matt Reed.

Other contemporary artists featured includes work by Alexander Beleschenko, Caroline Benyon, Kate Baden Fuller, Ray Bradley, Leifur Breidfjord, Harry Cardross, Brian Clarke, Martin Donlin, Josephine Harris, Douglas Hogg, Graham Jones, Joseph Nuttgens, Hughie O’Donaghue, Wendy Ramshaw, Patrick Reyntiens, Johannes Schreiter, Caroline Swash, Helen Whittaker and Alan Younger.

Special offer for all Central Saint Martins Alumni
The Retail price is £35.00. For all Central Saint Martins Alumni there is a special price of £27.50 including packing and postage in the UK and Eire:- Please send your order to Caroline Swash at 106 Willoughby House, Barbican EC2Y 8BL

£27.50 (Cheque only) payable to ‘Malvern Arts Press Ltd’

Name………………………………………………………………
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Please allow 7 working days for delivery.
caroline.swash@btinternet.com

Note:
Complete list of Glass artists featured in the book include:

Arnold of Nijmagen, Mark Angus, George Aitchison, Lucy Amsden, Susan Ashworth, Guy and Percy Bacon, Robert Turnhill Bayne, Alexander Beleschenko, Alfred Bell, Reginald Bell, Robert Anning Bell, Caroline Benyon, Kate Baden Fuller, May and Charles Blakeman, Ervin Bossanyi, Ray Bradley, Leifur Breidfjord, Philip and Gounil Brown, Edward Burne-Jones, Arthur Buss, Richard Butler, Harry Cardross, Brian Clarke, Charles Clutterbuck, Ninian Comper, John Crawford, A.J.Davies, Louis Davis, Clare Dawson, Martin Donlin, Hugh Easton, Carl Edwards, Michael Farrer-Bell, Benjamin Finn, Alfred Fisher, Pierre Fourmaintraux, John Dudley Forsyth, Moira Forsyth, Joan Fulleylove, Edward Frampton, Henry and Alfred Gerente, Alexander Gibbs, William Glasby, Keith Grant, Jane Gray, Harry Grylls, Georgina Griffiths, Josephine Harris, John Hayward, Jonathan Heale, Herbert Hendrie, David Hillman, Alfred O Hemmings, Douglas Hogg, Joan Howson, Henry Holiday, Evie Hone, Selwyn Image, Graham Jones, Nicola Kantorowicz, John La Farge, John Lawson, Lawrence Lee, Mary Lowndes, Kate Maestri, Frank Moody, William Morris, John Napper, Keith New, Eddy Nuttgens, Joseph Nuttgens, Michael O’Connor, Hughie O’Donaghue, George Ostrehan, Karl Parsons, Margaret Pawle, Henry Payne, Edward Payne, David Peace,  Eglington and James Pearson, Patrick Pollen, John Piper, Lilian Pocock, William and Joshua Price, Wendy Ramshaw, Patrick Reyntiens, Matt Reed, William Blake Richmond, Margaret Aldrich Rope John Ruskin, Frank O Salisbury, Johannes Schreiter, Sally Scott, Tracey Shepherd, Francis Skeat, Gerald Smith, Alec Smithers,  Douglas Strachan, Caroline Swash, A.J.Davies, Francis Stephens, Ruth Taylor Jacobson, Brian Thomas, James Thornhill, Martin Travers, Alison Turnbull, , Bernard and Abraham Van Linge, Binita Walia, William Wailes, Leonard Walker, David Wasley, Christopher and Geoffrey Webb, Nathaniel Westlake, Christopher Whall, Alfred Wilkinson, Frederick Wilson,  Alfred Aaron Wolmark, Harry Ellis Wooldridge, Helen Whittaker, Benjamin West, Thomas Willement, Alan Younger.

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