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Lecture: Architects, Artists, Craftsmen and 19th-century Stained Glass

Wednesday 8 November — Turn up or book and save
6.30pm to 8pm. By Martin Harrison, author of the standard history of Victorian stained glass. Fifth in our Art for Architecture lecture series organised by Michael Hall.

Martin Harrison discusses some of the issues that arose when artists became involved in the design and making of stained glass. Lectures usually last about an hour and take place at the the Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1 at 6.30pm. Doors open at 6pm. Wine will be available before the lectures (not included in ticket prices). The venue is conveniently placed for Holborn and Russell Square tube stations and numerous bus services. Tickets £11 on the door, if available, or cheaper if you book 6 or more. See the lecture series booking form.

Event code: 1730.5

 

Later event: Lecture: Ford Madox Brown and the Manchester Murals
Earlier event: Visit to the Reform Club

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