Launch of Vidimus

Great Britain's national survey of medieval stained glass  is proud to announce the launch of VIDIMUS, the first on-line magazine devoted to medieval stained glass.

Vidimus is published monthly and subscription is free!

We hope to share our enthusiasm by bringing readers news, and reporting on exhibitions, events, books and websites. Every month will bring one in a series of feature articles, for which a whole range of subjects is planned, including windows, techniques, artists, patrons, collections, and much more. In each edition there will also be a detailed examination of a single panel of glass, our Panel of the Month.

To view our first issue (November 2006) and subscribe, go to http://www.vidimus.org.

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