Stained Glass Variations is the seventh in a series of displays showing images of church stained glass from photographs taken by professional photographer Michael C Sleigh.
Originally started as a personal project, it has developed into the Church Stained Glass Project under the auspices of The Neo-Gothic Guild.
The exhibition's aim is to increase the appreciation of the beauty of stained glass and the quality of design that can be seen in church windows.
This display includes a new set of images of windows by J E Nuttgens dating from 1929 and 1935 showing the stylish design influences of the period.
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