Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and FrancePainted by Lawrence B. Saint; described by Hugh Arnold Published by Adam and Charles Black, London, 1913. First edition. Hardback. xiv + 269 pages. A beautiful book with fifty colour plates, by Lawrence B. Saint, the American stained glass artist, and described by Hugh Arnold. In this most absorbing & comprehensive history of stained glass, the author studies typical windows in each century. He begins with the making of stained glass windows, its origins, the mosaic character of glass, and the influence of iron-work. Examples include windows at Canterbury, York Minster, Chartres, Sens, and Notre Dame. Book condition: very good+ condition. NB blemish in photos is on my camera lens only.