A Friday Indulgence - medieval stained glass heads from Norfolk
So much of English medieval stained glass survives as isolated fragments.. At Warham in North Norfolk, is an extraordinary collection of such fragments, mostly heads. They are the heads of saints, angels, kings, queens, bishops and clergy - elements of lost narrative or of decorative panels, each with a story to tell and each evidence of the lost visual landscape of the medieval church. All the heads here were produced by Norwich glaziers in the fifteenth century, and presenting them together as a group demonstrates the great technical skill of medieval glass painters, as well as the individual creativity of these anonymous craftsman.
Are these in English Stained Glass - Pre-Victorian - they should be.
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