Cambridge (Mass.): Museum, Fogg Art Museum
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), p. 56.
Winchester: College, Chapel
Remains of a Jesse Tree
Thomas of Oxford
Greenville (SC): Collection, Bob Jones University
Lamb of God
c. 1550 - 1575
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern Seaboard States (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist II), p. 189.
Spoleto: Church, S. Eufemia
Soissons: Cathedral, Notre Dame
Giles of Provence: Scene
Detail; window highly restored.
Corpus Vitrearum, France, I, Paris, Picardie, et Nord-Pas-de-Calais: p.170 nos. 10, 12, 14
Corning: Museum, Corning Museum of Glass
Artist: Paul Marioni, b. 1941. Made in the United States.
Accession no. 74.4.183
Conques: Church, Ste. Foy
Interior, nave, view from west
Leyre: Church, S. Salvador
Detail, Porta Speciosa
Tewkesbury: Church, Abbey
Dijon: Church, Notre Dame
Exterior, west facade
Prague: Cathedral, St. Vitus
Tower and Golden Door
Brno: Church, Jakob
14c. - 16c.
Fontevrault: Church, Abbey
Detail, nave, capitals
Nevers: Church, St.-Etienne
1063 - 1097
Brie-Comte-Robert: Church, St.-Etienne
Interior, view of east rose
London: Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
c. 1210 - 1245
Museum number: 5D-1881
Given by Henry Vaughan.
This panel depicting an Old Testament prophet, and nine others in the museum's collections (Mus.nos. 5-5E-1881 and 6-6C-1881), formed part of a 'Jesse Tree' window.
Weimar: Museum, Goethe Nationalmuseum
Heraldry, German: Tetzel
Goethe-Haus. Goethe's Residence is situated in the same building as the Goethe National Museum.