The Great East Window of York Minster: An English Masterpiece
After an immense process of careful restoration and conservation, the outstanding artistry of the Great East Window is revealed afresh through state-of-the art photography that captures the complete sequence of major panels, in corrected placements, for the very first time. This visual feast is brought to life by expert author Sarah Brown, who explores the history, artistry, meaning and restoration of the window, revealing new insights on a fragile masterpiece that has been described as England's Sistine Chapel.
Credits
Design by Eleanor Ridsdale Colussi
Published by Profile Editions
Written by Sarah Brown
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