The Stained Glass of Charles Eamer Kempe

Study Day | All Saints Church

Saturday 16 April 2011 - 10:30

There will be a joint study day with the Friends of All Saints, Cambridge, examining the work of the Victorian stained glass designer, Charles Eamer Kempe (1837-1907). Kempe's expertise in medieval glass formed the rudiments of his style, a style that was to peak in popularity at the end of the nineteenth century.

Led by Adrian Barlow, a Senior Member of Wolston College and a lecturer at the University of Cambridge for the past 10 years, the morning session will be spent on site at the beautifully restored All Saints Church. Adrian will give a talk on Kempe’s work followed by a tour of the Church. After lunch there will be a further brief lecture before a visit to some of the other Cambridge buildings featuring Kempe stained glass. The day will finish near the city centre at around 4.30 pm.

Venue information

All Saints Church

Jesus Lane Cambridge , CB5 8BS

Entry details

Tickets are £25 to include morning coffee and a buffet lunch with wine (or £17.50 excluding lunch).

10.30 am

Contact: Mary Garratt on 01223 303327 or email mary.garratt@keepnet.co.uk.

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