The Jane Hayward Database of Medieval Art

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France
Égligny: Abbey, L’Abbaye de Preuilly
View
15c., 19c.
Exterior, entrance gate

Italy
Pisa: Cemetery, Camposanto
Christ
4c.
Sarcophagus

France
Le Mans: Cathedral, St.-Julien
Ambrose of Milan
c. 1180
Detail, composite window, nave

Germany
Schwäbisch Hall: Church, St. Michael
Interior View
15c. - 16c.
Interior, view from west

Great Britain
Winchcomb: Church, St. Peter
View
15c.
Windows compiled of fragments.

Spain
Barcelona: Museum, Museo de Arte de Cataluña
Death: Scene, Man on Deathbed
14c.
Unidentified Saint.

France
Poitiers: Cathedral, Pierre
Joseph: Dream related
13c.
Detail, Joseph Window

France
Les Essards: Church, Notre Dame
Christ: Crucifixion
12c.


Germany
Gernrode: Church, St. Cyriakus
Metronus
1100 - 1130
Detail, sepulcher.

The picture shows the martyr and bishop Metronus in a niche on the inner west wall of the burial chamber.

Great Britain
Cambridge: Chapel, King’s College
Christ: Last Judgment
19c.
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)

Great Britain
Winchcomb: Church, St. Peter
Angel
15c.


Austria
Viktring: Abbey, Church
Christ: Nativity
c. 1378


France
Bourges: Cathedral
Apostle, James Major: Scene, Hermogenes sending Philetus
c. 1210 - 1215
Detail, James Major Window

Italy
Verona: Cathedral
Virgin Mary and Christ Child
12c.
Detail, west facade, central portal, tympanum

France
Brie-Comte-Robert: Church, St.-Etienne
Apostle, Peter
c. 1230
Detail, east rose

Italy
Pisa: Campanile
View
12c.
1174-

Germany
Muskau: Castle
View
19c. - 20c.
Muskau Park straddles Germany and Poland. The buildings were constructed in the 19th century and were heavily damaged in 1945.

France
Vivoin: Church, St.-Hippolyte
Christ: Crucifixion
13c.
Detail, choir, east window; restored 1877