Leonard French's stained glass screens [Italian version]

Australia, 1969

Film
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The National Library in Canberra is the repository of some of the most distinguished works of art in Australia. Among them is a set of twelve stained glass screens executed by painter Leonard French. Taking as his theme the planets, French designed a set of screens which drew on the craggy beauty of medieval stained glass for their inspiration. In Italian language.

Credits

director

Michael Thornhill

production company

Australian Commonwealth Film Unit

Language

Italian

Duration

00:08:20:00

Colour

Colour

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