The secular stained glass window revival in XIXth century in France An example of revival through the work of Eugène Stanislas Oudinot de la Faverie, painter glassworker in Paris (1827-1889)

Abstract : The secular stained glass, once popular in XVth-XVIth century, has shyly re-appeared since 1851, during the World Fair of London, but it is not until 1878 that considerable changes can be observed in the habits of the customers. Indeed, 1878 can be considered as the very year which marked the development of the spreading phenomenon of using stained glass in private houses. During the World Fair, thirty one out of fifty two painters glassworkers exhibited stained glasses for various kinds of dwellings . Eugène Oudinot, a Parisian painter glassworker especially known for his Middle Ages and Renaissance stained glasses fac simile, was one of those thirty one artists
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Colloque International Corpus Vitrearum, Jul 2014, York, United Kingdom
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Amélie Duntze Ouvry. The secular stained glass window revival in XIXth century in France An example of revival through the work of Eugène Stanislas Oudinot de la Faverie, painter glassworker in Paris (1827-1889) . Colloque International Corpus Vitrearum, Jul 2014, York, United Kingdom. 〈hal-01081015〉

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