Friday 04 December 2020
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From Jeff Hopewell’s Orchestrations of Colour: The stained glass of Douglas Hamilton, examples of the artist’s work can be found at Wellpark Mid Kirk, Greenock, where a series of vignettes of local industry and the arts was funded by the War Damage Commission, and Blackridge Parish Church, West Lothian, where, in addition to the charging soldiers, the war-memorial glass acknowledges those who played their part on the Home Front: a miner, ploughman, quarryman, engineer, and housewife. The book (978-1-8380680-0-4) costs £19.95 from The Coplow Press, 23 Weare Close, Billesdon, Leicester LE7 9DY: cheques to J. S. Hopewell; p&p free in UK; or email email@example.com
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