Stained Glass Sundials
|Catalogue no: 1266
||Subject(s): Courtenay Ilbert Archive
|Author(s): John A. Knowles F.S.A.
|Total pages: 4
||Publication date: Unknown
||Publisher: The Connoisseur
|Dimensions: 280mm x 220mm
||Related library records:
A history of a rather esoteric subject together with a brief biography of the stained glass painter, Henry Gyles (1645-1709) of York.
Some comments on the reason for painting flies and other insects onto painted glass.
Illustrations as follows:
1. Advertisement of Henry Gyles. Mezzotint by Francis Place
2. Sundial dated 1664, Widdington Church, Essex. From a drawing by F. Sydney Eden in the V & A.
3. Sundial with Fly, by John Oliver (1616-1701)
4. Sundial with Fly. A.L.Radford Collection
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