The Jane Hayward Database of Medieval Art

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Italy
Florence: Church, S. Croce
Saint, Female
15c.
located in choir

France
Bussy-St-Martin: Church
Stephen Protomartyr: Stoning
1225 - 1235
Detail, Saint Stephen Window

Great Britain
Wragby: Church
Saint, Male
1660


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

United States
Tuscaloosa: Church, First Presbyterian
Virgin Mary: Annunciation
19c.
possibly 19c.?

Germany
Nuremberg: Museum, Germanisches Nationalmuseum
Christ: Crucifixion
c. 1330 - 1340
Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg: 1300-1550: no. 7, p. 122
Inv. Nr. MM27

Germany
Darmstadt: Museum, Hessisches Landesmuseum
Christ
c. 1450
from Settingen, Church of the Fourteen Helpers

United States
Louisville (KY): Museum, Speed Art Museum
Heraldry, English
first quarter 17c.
Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Midwestern and Western States (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III), pp. 143-144.

Germany
Unknown
Catherine of Alexandria
19c.


Great Britain
Cirencester: Church, S. John Baptist
King
14c.


Germany
Weimar: Museum, Goethe Nationalmuseum
Ornament: foliate
16c.
Goethe-Haus. Goethe's Residence is situated in the same building as the Goethe National Museum.

Italy
Aosta
View
25 BC
Roman Theater
Restored in 2002

Netherlands
Amsterdam: Museum, Rijksmuseum
Scene, Secular: Banquet
c. 1540
Southern Lowlands

France
Ronchamp: Church, Notre Dame du Haut
Interior View
completed in 1955
by Le Corbusier
Interior, tower

France
Nevers: Church, St.-Etienne
Interior View
1063 - 1097
Interior, transept

France
La Mailleraye-sur-Seine: Chapel
Malachi
c. 1335 - 1340
From the abbey of Jumièges

France
Conches-en-Ouche: Church
Shepherds: Adoration
c. 1540 - 1545
Adoration of the Shepherds Window

Germany
Lüneburg: Town Hall
Prophet
c.1430
Detail, Window 1 of "Gerichtslaube"

Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Deutschland, VII. 2, Lüneburg und den Heideklöstern (1992), pp. 99-108