Angels in the Architecture: Restoring the Stained Glass of Stanford Memorial Church
- Three large nave windows were painstakingly restored in recent years by Clerkin Higgins Stained Glass of New York City. Mary Clerkin Higgins's talk addresses problems encountered in the conservation treatment and highlights the skills of the artist and artisans who created the windows. Ms. Higgins is an award-winning artist and conservator who has worked in stained glass for 39 years. She has written about and restored glass from the 12th century to the present for numerous museums and institutions.
|Type of resource
|1 audio file
|Stanford Historical Society
|Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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