Austria, Tirol, Stilfes bei Sterzing parish church
Pot metal glass and white glass with silver stain and sanguine
89 x 38 (35 x 15) (approx.)
Lienhard’s elbow is replaced, and the head of St. Peter may be retouched
Provenance: A. Pickert, Nuremberg, 1875
Bibliography: Josef Resch, “Monumenta in variis ecclesiis diocesis Brixinensis,” Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck, MS FB 14.101, f. 78; Georg Schmid, Urkunden und Aktenregesten aus dem dek anatsarchive Stilfes (Innsbruck, 1912), 27; Longstreet (1935), 265-266; Otto *Benesch, typescript report, 1941, in the Gardner Museum files; Erich Egg, “Ein sterzinger Glasgemälde in Amerika,” Der Schl ern 35 (1961), 10-11.
Collection: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, Massachusetts)
Object/Accession: c3os6-s and 3os23-s
A. Lienhard Jochl of Sterzing (now Vipiteno, Italy), his sons Hans III and Andrew, with St. Andrew and the arms of Jochl (qos6-s)
Arms: Gules a demi-bull rampant argent horned or, with a helmet and crest as in the arms, and mantling; B. Dorothea Jochl (nee Hungershausen) and her daughter Katharina with St. Peter and the hausmark of Hungershausen (qos23-s)
Inscriptions: A. H.A. I LIENHARD; B. O HAILIG S PETRO PIT GOT FUZ (sic) VNS I IOCHL 149
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