Award winning British artist Noel Myles has created contemporary interpretations of the medieval stained glass windows that grace Long Melford's Holy Trinity Church. Now the Mill Tye Gallery in Suffolk, England offers signed and numbered prints of his artwork for sale in limited edition. Please visit www.MillTyeGallery.co.uk to view and order yours today in support of The Medieval Stained Glass Fund, Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford.
** We are not offering this artwork for sale on the Clopton Family Association website. **
** All sales must go through the Mill Tye Gallery. **
Noel Myles and the Mill Tye Gallery have pledged a joint 10% donation of the sales price of each print to The Medieval Stained Glass Fund, Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford.
The Medieval Stained Glass Fund is a project that supports the much-needed restoration of original, 15th Century stained glass in Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford - a site of historic significance to the Clopton family.
Many of the windows in this parish church, with its cathedral-like dimensions, survived - in whole or in part - the vandalism that plagued the Reformation and England's Civil War, but centuries of exposure have taken their toll. Even in their current state, they have been described as one of the most significant collections in England, but once restored, they will be even more brilliant and better protected for future generations to enjoy.
Read an article about The Medieval Stained Glass Fund in the Suffolk Free Press.
|Mill Tye Gallery|
3 Cornard Mills, Mill Tye
Great Cornard, Sudbury
Suffolk CO10 0GW
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