Munich: Museum, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum
Christ: in Gethsemane
Heverlee: Abbey, Parc-Louvain
Great Britain (Scotland)
Glasgow: Museum, Burrell Collection
Commandments Ten, 9th
1440 - 1446
formerly in the Carmelite Church, Boppard
Dubuque (IA): Church, St. Luke's United Methodist Church
London: Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
c. 1520 - 1530
Museum number: C.76-1953
Oval tracery-light with cusped head and pointed base. The Triumph of Death over the Laity. Skull and cross-bones with, below, emblems of the laity falling upside-down.
Said to have come from Rouen Cathedral. Probably from the church of Saint-Herbland in Rouen, which was closed in 1791 and demolished in 1824.
Worms: Cathedral, St. Peter
Exterior, engaged capital
Lucca: Cathedral, S. Martino
1258 - 1260
Detail, west facade, left portal, tympanum
by Nicola Pisano
Zillis: Church, Martin
York: Cathedral, St. Peter
Nicholas of Myra
In the nave of York Minster.
The Legend of St. Nicholas, Death of the perjured debtor.
Reference: Konrad Hoffmann, ed., The Year 1200, vol. 1 (NY: 1970) p.220-1, ill.
Cracow: Church, St. Adalbert
Added to in 17th and 18th c.
Ludlow: Church, St. Lawrence
Dunstan of Canterbury
Choir Window, north side (detail)
Jacob: blessed by Angel
Amsterdam: Museum, Rijksmuseum
Christ: Miracle of Cana
Oxford: Chapel, All Souls College
1440 - 1447
East window, north side (right hand window)
Mary Magdalen (center) and Agatha of Catania (right).
late 11c. and later additions
Assisi: Cathedral, S. Rufino
1140 - 1228
West facade, detail
Brie-Comte-Robert: Church, St.-Etienne
Angel, Archangel Michael: transfixing Dragon