London: Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
Inventory number 5458-1858; French, formerly Paris, Ste. Chapelle.
Scene, Sports and Games: Jousting
Cambridge: Chapel, King’s College
Christ: Last Judgment
Great West window (26).
Designed and glazed by Clayton and Bell. Inserted in 1879 at the expense of Francis Edmund Stacey, Fellow of the College.
Tracery: the portcullis, the Tudor rose, arms of King's College, Eton College, the University, Henry VI, Henry VII, Henry VIII, Victoria and Stacey. Initials F. E. S. Arms of the see of Lincoln impaling Christopher Wordsworth (Bishop of Lincoln and Visitor of the College) and of Richard Okes (Provost). Initials H and R.
Also depicting Archangel Michael, angels with the Blessed, and angels with the Damned.
Harrison, K., An Illustrated Guide to the Windows of King's College Chapel, Cambridge (1957), esp. p. 59
Wayment, H., The Windows of King's College Chapel Cambridge (1972)
Wayment, H., King's College Chapel Cambridge: The Side-Chapel Glass (1988)
Smart, C., King's College Chapel, Cambridge: The Great Windows (2005)
Washington: Gallery, Corcoran
originally from Soissons Cathedral, axial chapel
Verdier, P. "A Stained Glass from the Cathedral of Soissons," The Corcoran Gallery of Art Bulletin 10 (1958), pp. 4-22
Karlsruhe: Museum, Badisches Landesmuseum
Castelseprio: Church, Maria
7c. - 8c.
Liège: Church, St. Martin
Virgin Mary: Coronation
St. Paul Window
Choir, east window
Dijon: Monastery, Chartreuse de Champmol
Detail, Well of Moses
by Claus Sluter
Troyes: Church, St.-Urbain
Creation Scene: 4th Day
Detail, Creation, Genesis, and Redemption Window
New York: Museum, Metropolitan Museum
Accession Number: 51.146.1
By Franz Fallenter (active 1612-1616).
Gift of Stanley Mortimer, 1951.
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), pp. 162-165
Bryn Athyn: Museum, Glencairn Museum
Christ: Flight into Egypt
Detail, Flight into Egypt panel, originally in the Infancy of Christ Window, Saint-Denis
Inv. Nr. 03.SG.I14
New York, Metropolitan Museum, Radiance and Reflection: Raymond Pitcairn Collection, pp. 84-87
Austremonius of Clermont: Scene, celebrating Obsequies
c. 1275 - 1285
Detail, St. Austremoine Window, north side of choir
Amiens: Cathedral, Notre Dame
Theodosie of Rome: Scene, Relics brought to Saint Acheul
Window 11, modern glass, possibly showing relics carried to Saint Acheul.
Spoleto: Church, S. Pietro
Scene, Occupational: Pastoral
Detail, west facade
1462 - 1464
Detail, Evangelists Window
Fontevrault: Church, Abbey
Detail, nave, capitals