Stained Glass Depicting St Anne, Virgin Mary and Infant Christ Name: Stained Glass Depicting St Anne, Virgin Mary and Infant Christ Place of creation: Germany, Nuremberg Author (Master) : Workshop of M.Wolgemut Date: Circa 1500 Technique: pot metal, white glass,silver staining, black and brown paint Dimension: diam. 39,7 cm

Stained Glass Depicting St Anne, Virgin Mary and Infant Christ Name: Stained Glass Depicting St Anne, Virgin Mary and Infant Christ Place of creation: Germany, Nuremberg Author (Master) : Workshop of M.Wolgemut Date: Circa 1500 Technique: pot metal, white glass,silver staining, black and brown paint Dimension: diam. 39,7 cm

fleur de lis, stained glass, england

fleur de lis, stained glass, england

Title: Head of a Woman (Saint Anne?)  Artist/Maker(s): Unknown maker, English  Culture: English  Place(s): Norwich (?), England (Place created)  Date: about 1480  Medium: Colorless glass, vitreous paint, and silver stain  Dimensions: 31 x 26 x 1 cm (12 3/16 x 10 1/4 x 3/8 in.)

Title: Head of a Woman (Saint Anne?) Artist/Maker(s): Unknown maker, English Culture: English Place(s): Norwich (?), England (Place created) Date: about 1480 Medium: Colorless glass, vitreous paint, and silver stain Dimensions: 31 x 26 x 1 cm (12 3/16 x 10 1/4 x 3/8 in.)

Some of the oldest medieval stained glass windows in the UK are at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk

Some of the oldest medieval stained glass windows in the UK are at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk

Angels Swinging Censers Date: ca. 1170. The stained glass produced for the Collegiate Church of Saint-Étienne in Troyes during the late twelfth century represents a major transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic style. None of the panels from what was once an ambitious cycle of scenes  remains in its original setting, since the church was destroyed in the wake of the French Revolution.

Angels Swinging Censers Date: ca. 1170. The stained glass produced for the Collegiate Church of Saint-Étienne in Troyes during the late twelfth century represents a major transition from the Romanesque to the Gothic style. None of the panels from what was once an ambitious cycle of scenes remains in its original setting, since the church was destroyed in the wake of the French Revolution.

"Autumn Orchard Sunshine" by stained glass artist, Tamsin Abbott

"Autumn Orchard Sunshine" by stained glass artist, Tamsin Abbott

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