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Gothic Revival Stained Glass Church Window Fragment - Antique Fragment of Church

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What we have here is a piece of an original authentic Gothic Revival stained glass window of an English Church dating around the 1800's. It is in the shape of a diamond and has a letter "N" in calligraphy while a rope encircles the letter. It is not a fragment but a whole piece that has been taken out of a larger stained glass window that once was part of a wonderful church window. The middle section has a slight tint of yellow when light shines through it.


I have reset this piece with some blue stained glass around the edges while finishing it off with lead came around the border. It comes with two hooks that are embedded into the lead came enabling the purchaser to hang the piece to allow light to filter through to showcase the beauty of the workmanship.


Please be aware that the middle letter with the rope is authentic while the outer blue been added later to enhance the middle section. The measurements are 5,1/2 inches by 6,3/4 inches.


The Gothic Revival was about looking back to the past history namely, the Gothic middle ages (dating from around 1100's - to the 1500's) which reflected mainly on romanticism. The style reflects painting which is similar to that of the Pre-Raphaelite movement ( started by Everett Millais, William Rosetti and William Hunt, soon to be joined by four other artists ) the English artist and poets.
These artists were commonly known as the "Brotherhood" and numbered around seven members.The group's intention was to reform art by rejecting what they considered to be the mechanistic approach first adopted by the Mannerist artists who succeeded Raphael and Michelangelo.


The piece looks beautiful in both direct and indirect light while the colours are vivid and the detail is extremely clear. This piece of English architectural history would make a great addition to a display or collection of architectural and historic artefacts.

Gothic Revival Stained Glass Church Window Fragment - Antique Fragment of Church

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