A botched restoration attempt in Spain has garnered international attention and condemnation from locals, historians and conservationists.
Some of the most iconic medieval stained glass images in Canterbury Cathedral are actually fakes created in the early twentieth century.
Conservators working on the restoration of the Great East Window at York Minster have completed the conservation of half of the panels in the stunning medieval window depicting the story of the Apocalypse.
The Restoration of Medieval Stained Glass By Gottfried Frenzel Scientific American, Supplement: Science and the Arts (1995) Introduction: Light has long served religion as a symbol. It has signified creation (“Let there be light” was the first command of the Creator) as well as salvation (John the Evangelist saw the Heavenly Jerusalem illuminated as if […]