Medieval STAINED GLASS (#2 of 2) -- 1868 LG Litho
This is a large and spectacular chromolithograph, published in 1868 (NOT a repro, actually printed that year), from The Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones, a very scarce and important work on artistic ornamentation through the centuries.
The image illustrates exquisite examples of stained glass from various churches: St. Cunibert, Cologne; Canterbury Cathedral; Abbey of St. Denis; Cathedral at Bourges, and Cathedral of Angers. It is titled:
STAINED GLASS/PL. LXIX*.
The lithograph will come to you matted in archival materials and ready to frame.
VERY GOOD CONDITION -- beautiful color; blank on the reverse.-
Before shipping, the litho will be matted, with titles, in acid-free, conservation materials (antique white matting) to 13 x 17 inches. Image size, with titles, about 7-5/8 x 12-1/4 inches.
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