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France
Bourges: Cathedral
Apostle
1473 - 1474
Twelve Apostles Window

Great Britain
Wragby: Church
Jesse: Tree
1602


Italy
Florence: Church, S. Miniato al Monte
Interior View
11c.
Interior, nave, view from west

France
Rouen: Cathedral
Christ: Parable, Good Samaritan
1220 - 1230
Detail, Good Samaritan Window
Corpus Vitrearum. France, VI. Les vitraux de Haute-Normandie: p. 342

Spain
Barcelona: Museum, Museo de Arte de Cataluña
Scene, Sports and Games: Sailing
c. 1300
Detail, ceiling panel

Germany
Gernrode: Church, St. Cyriakus
Animal, Fantastic: Centaur
11c.
Detail, south door, tympanum

Unknown
Private Collection
Christ: Circumcision
c. 1850
Stephan Kellner, (Nuremberg, Germany, 1812 to 1867) made this revival finely painted, stained and leaded glass window after a work by Hendrik Goltzius (16th century) titled Circumcision in the Church of St. Bravo, Haarlem.

Provenance: Private Collection, Knoxville, Tennessee The original engraving depicts a group of people attending a circumcision in a chapel in St. Bravo in Haarlem and includes a self-portrait of Goltzius standing behind the priest and looking at the viewer. It is said that as a practical joke, Goltzius removed his monogram from a print and passed it off as a Dürer. He later confessed, after it was purchased for an enormous price.

Windows by Stephan Kellner are rare to the market. A pair is held by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

France
Bazas: Cathedral
Interior View
13c.
Interior, nave vaulting, view from west

France
Saint-Germain-lès-Corbeil: Church
Christ: Presentation
13c.
Detail, Zacharias, Presentation Panel, Life of Christ Window

France
Saint-Gilles: Church
View
12c.
Exterior, west facade

France
Paris: Museum, Musée de Cluny
Ornament: floreate
16c.
Possibly 16c.

Germany
Trier: Library, Stadtbibliothek
Evangelist, Luke
late 8c. - early 9c.
Detail
fol. 85v
Ada Gospels

Great Britain
Cambridge: Chapel, King’s College
Christ: Circumcision
early 16c.
Window (4) also depicting Magi: Adoration.

Harrison, K., An Illustrated Guide to the Windows of King's College Chapel, Cambridge (1957), esp. p. 23

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)

United States
Glendale (CA): Forest Lawn Memorial Park
David
c. 1200
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Midwestern and Western States (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III), p. 54.

France
Compiègne: Church, St.-Antoine
Interior View
13c.
Interior, nave, view from west

Austria
Judenburg: Church, Magdalena
Trinity: Mercy Seat
14c.
Shown with Donors.

Spain
Pineda de la Sierra
Ornament: foliate
12c.
Detail, capitals

United States
Cambridge (Mass.): Museum, Fogg Art Museum
Heraldry
1581
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I), p. 52.