South chancel aisle [art original].

Title: 
South chancel aisle [art original].

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Author/Artist: 
Whitefriars Glass Ltd.
Description: 
1 drawing : graphite on waxed linen canvas ; 30 x 27 cm
waxed linen canvas graphite drawing single sided
Other Authors: 
Thomas, Brian, designer (possible)
Format of Material: 
Prints & Drawings
Bib ID: 
147857
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
Unit 48, Drawer 1
Notes: 
Design, on small scale, of schematic for rose window and long window lights, along with dimensions, for east window at south chancel aisle.
St. Nicholas was nearly completed destroyed by German raids during World War II; it was rebuilt in 1961 by architect Stephen Dykes Bower.
Whitefriars Access database no. 864.
This cartoon is part of a collection of over 1800 rolled, full-scale design drawings from the Whitefriars Glass Company, formerly Powell and Sons (1834-1980). It arrived rolled with 10 other drawings.
This item is in the Whitefriars stained glass cartoon collection.
Whitefriars stained glass cartoon collection Museum of London no. 1801
conserved 20160000 Laura Hashimoto and Bonnie Hodul, under the supervision of West Lake Conservators Ltd.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging September 2016.
Some staining and wrinkling.
Series: 
Whitefriars stained glass designs. Europe. England. Great Yarmouth. St. Nicholas. Museum of London no. 1801