Friday, 28 April 2006

George Bernard Shaw's Window

Here's a turnup for the book: playwright George Bernard Shaw designed a stained glass window in commemoration of the Fabian Society, back in 1910. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Shaw's birth, the Fabian window has been put on display at the London School of Economics (LSE). Why the LSE? Don't ask me. Click the title link to read the BBC News article by Andrew Walker.


At 8/11/09, Blogger Hels said...

thanks for getting me onto this window... do you realise the connection with the LSE now?

thanks for the link
Art and Architecture

At 8/11/09, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Hi, Hels

You're welcome. I must admit I'd forgotten this post. I wrote it almost 3 years ago!


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