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France
Amiens: Cathedral, Notre Dame
Firminus of Amiens: Scene, unidentified
20c.
Window 7, modern glass, possibly showing scenes from the life of Firminus of Amiens.

France
Fontevrault: Church, Abbey
Interior View
c. 1140
Interior, vault

Great Britain (Wales)
Llangodwaladr: Church, Cadwaladr
Virgin Mary
15c.


France
Saintes: Church, Marie-des-Dames
Angel
12c.
Detail, west facade, central portal

Great Britain
London: Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
Donor, Male
c. 1500
Museum number: 6914-1860

Knight of the Bernemi court family praying by a statue of Mary Magdalene.

Netherlands (Louvain).

Germany
Cologne: Cathedral
Apostle, Peter
15c.
Gnadenstühl Window

Italy
Matera: Cathedral, S. Michele
View
13c.
Detail, west facade, window

United States
Los Angeles: Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Angel: with Censer
c. 1275
William Randolph Hearst Collection (45.21.12.1-.2)

Detail.

The Protais Master of Sées (France, active Normandy, circa 1260-85)

Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Midwestern and Western States (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist III), p. 65

France
Autun: Cathedral, St.-Lazare
Personification, Virtue: Charity
c. 1125
attributed to Gislebertus

Czech Republic
Třeboň
View
15c.


Germany
Mainz: Collection, Erich Schott
Utensil: Container
14c.
On left: Phönix aus Sand und Asche: Glas des Mittelalters, p. 215.

Italy
Modena: Cathedral
Month, Occupation: March
12c.
Detail, north portal

France
Conques: Church, Ste. Foy
View
12c.
Exterior, view of facade

Germany
Unknown
Heraldry
15c.


United States
Boston: Museum, Museum of Fine Arts
Animal: Lion
c. 1507
Detail, Jerome
by Workshop of Veit Hirschvogel the Elder after designs by, or attributed to, Hans Suess von Kolmbach
Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg: 1300-1550: no. 158, p. 340
Inv. Nr. 1972, 985

France
Sées: Cathedral, Gervais et Protais
Virgin Mary
13c.
located in north transept chapel
Lillich, M., The Armor of Light: Stained Glass in Western France, 1250-1325 (1994), pp. 177-179; pl. VI.8

Great Britain
London: Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
Instrument, Ecclesiastical
c. 1520 - 1530
Museum number: C.75-1953

The Triumph of Death over the Church. Skull and cross-bones with, below, emblems of the church falling upside-down.

Said to have come from Rouen Cathedral. Probably from the church of Saint-Herbland in Rouen.

France
Reims: Church, St. Remi
Interior View
11c. - 15c.
Interior, nave, view from west