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Window of St. Peter: Stained glass (white glass, grisaille and silver sulfide) and lead, France, ca. 1500–1510

Tondo St Peter MNMA - Grisaille - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Stained-Glass Window, with Grisaille Decoration, ca. 1325  French; From the abbey church of Saint-Ouen, Rouen, France  Pot-metal and colorless glass, with silver stain and vitreous paint

Stained-Glass Window, with Grisaille Decoration, ca. 1325 From the abbey church of Saint-Ouen, Rouen, France

AppGlass Drawing of Grisaille glass. Part of remainder of Henry III's new works at Westminster Abbey c. 1255

AppGlass Drawing of Grisaille glass. Part of remainder of Henry III's new works at Westminster Abbey c.

Fairuz and the Elephant King at the Lake of the Moon

Fairuz and the Elephant King at the Lake of the Moon

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Winged Heart UK Cathedral Stained Glass Designs from the UK

Canterbury Cathedral - Grisaille Motif

Winged Heart UK Cathedral Stained Glass Designs from the UK

Altenberg Cathedral, a colourless window in the style known as Grisaille with a small heraldic motif

Altenberg Cathedral, a colourless window in the style known as Grisaille with a small heraldic motif

Grisaille Lancet - dated 1260-1270 from France...Medieval Art and The Cloisters

The dense pattern of strapwork, both in colorless and red glass, dominates the composition of these panels. The slender vine tendrils with buds but no apparent central stem are the lesser partner in the design * circa 1265

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