Presents the story of Fairford's windows. This book studies the medieval stained glazing scheme in the context of the economic and religious life of late medieval England. It discusses various aspects of the windows, from the building and decoration of the church, to the working methods of the glaziers, the glass's history and construction.
Sarah Brown (Co-editor) is head of Research Policy for Places of Worship in English Heritage. She is author of a number of books, including Stained Glass: An Illustrated History (Studio Editions, 1992), Medieval Craftsmen: Glass Painters, with D.E. O'Connor, and 'Our Magnificent Fabrick': An Architectural History of York Minster c. 1220-1500 (English Heritage, 2003). She is chairman of the British Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi (CVMA).