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France
Soissons: Cathedral, Notre Dame
Month, Occupation
c. 1220
Detail, showing labors of the months and Old Testament figure.
Corpus Vitrearum, France, I, Paris, Picardie, et Nord-Pas-de-Calais: p.171, 103

France
Niederhaslach: Church, Florentius
Virgin Mary: Annunciation
c. 1360
Detail, Life of Christ Window
Corpus Vitrearum. France, V. Les vitraux de Lorraine et d’Alsace: p. 178

France
Parthenay-le-Vieux: Church, St.-Pierre
Animal, Fantastic
12c.
Detail, west facade, central portal, voussoirs

United States
Cambridge (Mass.): Museum, Fogg Art Museum
Daniel: in Lions' Den
1628
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), p. 54.

Poland
Malbork: Castle
Interior View
12c. - 14c.


Poland
Czerwinsk: Church
View
c. 1140


Germany
Unknown
Virgin Mary and Christ Child
14c.


Germany
Altötting: Church, Our Lady of Altötting
Heraldry, German
15c.


Germany
Ebstorf: Abbey
Scene, Occupational: Building
c. 1390 - 1410
Matthew 21:42
Die Parler und der schöne Stil
1350 - 1400: Europäische Kunst unter den
Luxemburgern:Vol 1, p. 227

France
Auxerre: Cathedral, St.-Etienne
Lawrence of Rome: Scene, Martyrdom
13c.
Detail, located in ambulatory

Germany
Bad Urach: Church, St.-Amandus
Virgin Mary and Christ Child
15c.
by Peter Hemmel

Great Britain
Rivenhall: Church, Mary and All Saints
Christ: Entombment
12c.


Spain
Terrassa: Church: S. Maria
Christ: in Mandorla
12c.


France
Beauvais: Cathedral
Christ: Nativity
c. 1240
Detail, Childhood of Christ Window

Great Britain
Oxford: Cathedral, Christ Church
Ornament: foliate
14c.
Latin Chapel

Germany
Unknown
Virgin Mary: Annunciation
15c.


France
Dijon: Monastery, Chartreuse de Champmol
Moses
c. 1405
Detail, Well of Moses
by Claus Sluter

United States
New York: Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Cloisters
Donor, Female: Barbara von Zimmern
1518
Accession Number: 30.113.5

This panel, along with its pair, acc. no. 30.113.6, commemorate the marriage in 1518 of Barbara von Zimmern and Wilhelm von Weitingen, both of well-established Swabian families.

Made in Sulz am Neckar, Swabia.

The Cloisters Collection, 1930.