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Spain
Avila
Architecture
12c.
Exterior

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)

Germany
Freiburg: Museum, Augustinermuseum
Gebhard of Constance
1512
Originally in the choir of Freiburg Cathedral

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Deutschland, II. 2, Die Mittelalterlichen Glasmalereien in Freiburg im Breisgau: p. 421
Inv. Nr. 63/M, 62/M

Spain
Barcelona: Museum, Museo de Arte de Cataluña
Christ: in Mandorla
second quarter 12c.
Detail, Altar frontal from La Seu d'Urgell or of the Apostles

United States
Washington, DC: Museum, National Gallery of Art
Utensil, Liturgical: Chalice
12c.
Detail, "Suger's Chalice"

Antique sardonyx cup (2c. - 1c. BCE) and 12c. gilded silver mounting

Inv. Nr. 1942.9.277

Germany
Munich: Museum, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum
Christ: Last Supper
15c.
German

United States
New York: Museum, Metropolitan Museum
Nicholas of Myra: Scene, Consecration as Bishop
c. 1515 - 1520
Accession Number: 17.120.17

and Nicholas of Myra begging corn to feed his people (right). Accession Number: 17.120.13

From the South Lowlands, Louvain, Carthusian Cloister

Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), p. 141.

United States
New York: Museum, Metropolitan Museum
Christ: Transfiguration
1603
Accession Number: 51.146.2

Painted by Franz Fallenter (active 1612–1616).

Swiss, Lucerne.

Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), pp. 162-164

United States
Private Collection: Memphis (TN)
Agnes of Rome
1475 - 1500
English, Norwich

Switzerland
Zurich: Museum, Schweizerisches Landesmuseum
Heraldry
1502
Detail of Arms of Hans von Rümlang.

Great Britain
Gloucester: Cathedral
Interior view
c. 1350
East window.

Italy
Molfetta: Church, Duomo di San Corrado
Lamb of God
12c. - 13c.
Detail, south portal, tympanum

France
Angers: Cathedral, St.-Maurice
Christ: Nativity
1225 - 1235
Choir, central bay, Infancy of Christ Window

France
Reims: Cathedral, Notre Dame
Ornament: decorated
c. 1241
Detail, grisaille window
Lillich, M., The Gothic Stained Glass of Reims Cathedral (2011), pp. 105-107; figs. 102-110

Italy
Milan: Museum, Museo del Duomo
Figure, Male
13c.


Italy
Pavia: Church, Certosa di Pavia
View
1396 - 1495


Austria
Sankt Leonhard im Lavanttal: Church, Leonhard
Virgin Mary and Christ Child
c. 1400
Window X S

France
Autun: Cathedral, St.-Lazare
Interior View
12c.
Interior, nave