Germany, Abbey of Steinfeld, cloister window III
Pot metal glass with white and silver stain
95.5 x 54.0 (37 5/8 x 21 1/4) without modern borders
Provenance: Sir Thomas Neave Bart, Dagenham Park, Essex (?); Henry P. Mcllhenny, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bibliography: Catalogue of the Magnificent Sixteenth Century Stained Glass Windows from the Chapel of Ashridge, Herts., to be Sold on the 12th. of July [sale cat., Sotheby and Co.) (London, 1928), 15, lot 29(b) “Retu rn of Jesus from Egypt, walking between the Virgin and St. Joseph” (?); Josef and Willi Kurthen in William Neuss, Die Glasmälerei aus dem Stein/elder Kreuzgang (M. Gladbach, 1955), 107-1l3 (description of window Ill, present whereabouts of panel not indicated); Phillip Ives, The Nativity in Stained Glass (New York, 1977), 21.
Collection: Harvard University: Busch-Reisinger Museum (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
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