Stained Glass from Welsh Churches

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Stained Glass from Welsh Churches

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This week I received copies of my first major book from the publishers – a survey of stained glass found in Welsh churches from the fourteenth century up to the present. The intention of this blog is initially write a little bit more about it, to document what happens next, and provide a place where readers can provide feedback.

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The cover features a window made by Dom Theodore Baily, depicting the conversion of Illtud, from a window on Caldey Island near Tenby, where the artist was a monk in the 1920s. I have written and designed the book, and have taken nearly all of the photographs used in the book as illustrations. The book has been published by the Welsh publisher Y Lolfa, and is available from their website with free postage at £29.95

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  1. Congratulations Martin on your new book! I am looking forward to seeing it and enjoying the fruits of your labour!! All the best, Rachel Phillips

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