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Record drawing of stained glass
  • Record drawing of stained glass
    Frederick Sydney Eden, born 1859 - died 1950
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Record drawing of stained glass

  • Place of origin:

    Great Britain (copy, made)

  • Date:

    ca. 1920 (made)
    16th century (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Frederick Sydney Eden, born 1859 - died 1950 (artist)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    watercolour

  • Museum number:

    E.1332-1925

  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level D, case C, shelf 14

Physical description

Copy of 16th century stained glass from the west light of the north window of the chancel of Great Greenford Church, Middlesex. It depicts the shield of arms of King's College, Cambridge.

Place of Origin

Great Britain (copy, made)

Date

ca. 1920 (made)
16th century (made)

Artist/maker

Frederick Sydney Eden, born 1859 - died 1950 (artist)

Materials and Techniques

watercolour

Marks and inscriptions

F.S.E.
signed

Dimensions

Height: 9.125 in, Width: 8.25 in

Object history note

The glass from which this copy was made was originally in King's College, Cambridge, and was probably given by the College to Great Greenford Church in the 18th century.

Descriptive line

Copy of stained glass in Great Greenford Church, watercolour by F. Sydney Eden, Great Britain, ca. 1920

Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)

Victoria and Albert Museum, Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design and Department of Paintings, Accessions 1925, London: Board of Education, 1926.

Materials

Water-colour; Paper (fiber product)

Subjects depicted

Escutcheons; Stained glass

Categories

Drawings; Copies and Facsimilies; Heraldry; Stained Glass

Collection

Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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