Cathedral Stained Glass
During the Middle Ages in Europe, the most common form of painting was stained glass. Now, these magnificent windows in Europe’s famous cathedrals are perhaps some of the most iconic images of religious stained glass art. Those that stand before them can observe they way they let light flood freely over the inner workings of the church, its altars, pews, and statues and radiate an array of prismatic color. Cathedral stained glass has traditionally been characterized by biblical imagery, deep royal colors, and intricate detail.
Cathedral Stained Glass Styles
Since its origin in Europe, cathedral stained glass has evolved dramatically. Now in the United States and across the world, cathedral stained glass styles range from traditional to highly abstract and contemporary. Some of the most popular stained glass styles in cathedrals today include floral, art deco, and prairie. The style of stained glass that a cathedral chooses is typically based on the beliefs and personality of the church.
Cathedral Stained Glass Restoration
Many cathedral stained glass windows are hundreds of years old and are now considered antiques. As is such, many windows have had to combat the elements and the passage of time for several decades now and are beginning to undergo the process of deterioration. Bowed leading, cracked glass, and hail damage are all very common in cathedral stained glass. Our team are experts at identifying and addressing these issues. We can restore your stained glass windows to their original strength and beauty and make them look as good as new.
Cathedral Stained Glass Experts
Church Stained Glass Restoration is the leading stained glass repair studio in the country. We work on cathedrals of all types and sizes located in Colorado, Utah, Texas, Wyoming and Missouri. Call our office today to find out more about restoration for the stained glass windows in your cathedral or receive an estimate.
Call our office today to find out more about restoration for the stained glass windows in your cathedral or receive an estimate.