Devil with Rude Blue Wing (detail) c. 1170 France. Victoria and Albert Museum, London
It’s not all about the Bible. Beyond camouflaged airplanes and paratroopers, in what ways did Canadian glass artists choose to portray World War II? (Think bicycles!) Did you know that artists like Henri Matisse and Leonardo da Vinci often inspired windows by glass makers? How did depictions of First Nations peoples change as First Nations artists begin to create stained glass themselves? Step into these Canadian stained glass exhibitions to explore the wildly different themes and styles found throughout ten provinces and territories.
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