Window made from panes of colored glass set into narrow lead channels.
glass that has been colored or stained through different processes. This term is also used to refer to the art of cutting colored glass into different shapes and joining them together with lead strips to create a pictorial window design (see illustration).
glass, which is coloured in various ways when it is made, and then used for artistic purposes, especially for creating windows
glass which is coloured in various ways and used in the design and making of functional or decorative objects
Figurative composition made of pieces of glass in different colors, joined by strips of lead and set in an iron framework, normally used to close a window. It is illuminated by the natural light that passes through it.
Colored glass cut into pieces, arranged in a design , and joined with strips of lead.
glass that has been colored in some way; used for church windows
Coloured or stained glass used especially in church windows to form figures or decorations. The colour is derived from metalllic oxide added during manufacture. Small pieces of the coloured glass are set into a framework to compose the design or image.
Colored windows of Gothic cathedrals made from a combination of many pieces of colored and semi-transparent white glass joined together with lead strips. Colors were generated by adding specific metal oxides, which illuminated the glass with bright red, blue, green, and yellow tones. The function of stained glass was to fill the cathedral with light in windows which also fulfilled a narrative and illustrative purpose, in representing Biblical events and the lives of saints. Patrons and workers guilds who helped fund the construction of the cathedral were also portrayed (see Chartres).
Glass colored or stained by pigments or metal oxides fused into its substance.
Although rarely done today, colored glass pieces for inclusion in stained (leaded) glass work may be made at the fire from clear and colored glasses with stringer, etc., shaped or flattened in the kiln. True stained glass (color in the melt) can be made by anyone who melts glass, but it is usually poured, rolled and annealed with equipment most blowers don't have. (see also Window Glass) Jim Bowman is making his own roundels for his designs.
Glass coloured by metallic oxides, often used in church windows. The floral emblems of the provinces are portrayed in the stained glass windows of the House of Commons .
Highly colored molten glass poured on a flat steel table to cool. Color created by addition of various metals and chemical compounds
stained glass is colored by mixing pigments in the glass itself, by fusing colored metallic oxides onto the glass, or by painting and baking colors onto the surface. this term is also used to refer to artwork which is created using pieces of colored glass or glass that has been painted with liquid enamel/glaze and then fired. the pieces are then joined together into a composition using a lead strip, copper or cement.
The glass is stained with metallic oxides and painted afterwards with finer details
a technique of assembling pieces of colored (not stained) glass in lead channels to form a picture or decoration
1. Glass colored by mixing pigments inherently in the glass, by fusing colored metallic oxides onto the glass, or by painting and baking colors onto the surface. 2. Popular name for leaded glass, the process of forming objects using pieces of colored glass or glass that has been painted with liquid enamel and then fired. Pieces are fitted into channels in a lead strip or joined together using copper or cement.
Glass which is colored in a number of ways such as by enameling, by burning pigment into the surface, by fusing metal oxides into it, etc. and is used for decorative windows.
The generic name for decorative windows made of pieces of colored glass fitted into cames and set in iron frames. Strictly speaking, the term is inaccurate because, in addition to glass colored by staining, glaziers used, and continue to use, glass colored throughout by metallic oxide, glass colored by flashing, and glass decorated with enamel.
The term stained glass refers either to the material of coloured glass or to the art and craft of working with it.
Stained Glass is a South Korean television series produced by the SBS in 2004. The television series has a total of 20 episodes. The title of the television series literally refers to the Stained glass artwork found in Roman Catholic Churches.
Stained Glass is a binary determination logic puzzle published by Nikoli.