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France
Rouen: Palais de Justice
Ornament: Animal
15c. - 20c.
Detail, gargoyles

Italy
Ferrara: Cathedral, S. Giorgio
Animal: Lion
12c.
west facade, central portal
by Nicholaus

Great Britain
Guiting Power: Church
View
15c.


Great Britain
Oxford: Chapel, All Souls College
Virgin Mary and Christ Child
1440 - 1447
East window, north side (left hand)

By John Glazier.

Great Britain (Wales)
Llandyrnog: Church, St. Tyrnog
Apostle, James Major
15c.
On left.

Austria
Sankt Ruprecht: Church
Virgin Mary: Annunciation
1330 - 1340
Donor to left

Germany
Trier: Library, Stadtbibliothek
Evangelist, John
late 8c. - early 9c.
Ada Gospels
Ms. 22

France
Paris: Library, Bibliothèque Genevieve
Bernard of Clairvaux: Scene, Victory over the Devil
15c.
fol. 140-141v
Saint Bernard et le monde cistercien: no. 219, p. 280
ms. 2704

Austria
Graz: Church, Barmherzigenkirche
Christ: Crucifixion
1633
Made by Georg Schweizer for the altar

United States
New York: Museum, Metropolitan Museum
Joseph: Brethren given Corn
c. 1530
Accession Number: 27.108

France, probably Rouen.

Two other panels from this series of the Life of Joseph, from a destroyed church in Rouen, are in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), p. 153

Spain
Barcelona: Museum, Museo de Arte de Cataluña
Virgin Mary and Christ Child: Type, Suckling
mid 13c.
Detail, The Betesa Altar Frontal

Great Britain
Northleach: Church, SS. Peter and Paul
Ornament: Animal
15c.
Fragments, south aisle

France
Parthenay-le-Vieux: Church, St.-Pierre
Ornament: Animal
12c.
Detail, west facade, corbels

Austria
Burg Kreuzenstein
View
19c.


Switzerland
Müstair: Convent, St. John
Christ: Baptism
12c.


Great Britain
Temple Guiting: Church, St. Mary
Apostle
15c.


France
Clermont-Ferrand: Cathedral
Austremonius of Clermont: Scene
c. 1275 - 1285
Detail, St. Austremoine Window, north side of choir

France
Chemillé-sur-Indrois: Church, St.-Vincent
Christ: Entombment
12c.