Sunday, September 11, 2005
Yesterday we went to an open day at Lightwoods House in Bearwood. Inside the hall they make, and renovate stained glass windows in the John Hardman studios, and many of the country's churches, as well as the rebuilt House of Commons have stained glass windows made by the Hardman Studio. It was a terrific place. I had always wondered what it looked like inside, and although the house is badly in need of repair and restoration, the museum and studios are tremendous.
Amongst the stained glass windows in the studio, this one caught my eye...
Apparently this image of Fidel is one of a number of stain glass images created by a Russian émigré
Posted by Bob Piper at Sunday, September 11, 2005