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MICHAEL DONNELLY. 1997. Scotland's Stained Glass: Making the Colours Sing. ALEXANDRA SHEPHERD (series Ed.)UK: Historic Scotland. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office 
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Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: Donnelly1997
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Categories: Stained Glass
Keywords: Alf Webster, Alf Webster, Dalles de Verre, Daniel Cottier, Douglas Strachan, Edinburgh College of Art, Fra Newberry, George Walton & Co., Glasgow, Gothic Revival, Guthrie, J & W Guthrie, James Ballantine, Oscar Paterson & Co., Sadie McLellan, Scotland, Stained Glass, Stephen Adam, Wells, William Wilson, World Fair
Creators: Donnelly, Shepherd
Publisher: Historic Scotland. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office (UK)
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Michael Donnelly was the Assistant Curator of the Peoples Palace museum in Glasgow and saved much of the stained glass in the city.

Intro: History and Production of stained glass.
1. Gothic revivals. (James Ballantine, Glasgow Cathedral.)
2. Glasgow. (Daniel Cottier, Stephen Adam, Alf Webster)
3. Glasgow 1880s and 1890s (J & W Guthrie)
4. Glasgow (Fra Newberry, Oscar Paterson & Co., George Walton & Co.)
5. Post-War / Empire Exhibition. (Guthrie, Wells)
6. Arts & Crafts, East Coast Tradition (Douglas Strachan, Edinburgh College of Art, William Wilson)
7. The Terrible Crystal - Dalles de Verre (Alf Webster, Sadie McLellan)

112 pages, colour. ISBN Number: 0114957932
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