England, Canterbury, Christ Church Cathedral, Trinity Chapel, window n. v
Pot metal glass
Diameter: 66-70 (26 x 27 1/2)
There are a good many stopgaps in the lowest quadrant, including an ornamental line which probably replaces an inscription. The original glasses are uniformly corroded.
Provenance: Dr. J. Francis Grayling, Sittingbourne, Kent; Bertram Christian; Arthur Kingsley Porter
Bibliography: Stained Glass 41 (1946), 126 (ill.); Madeline Harrison[Caviness], “A Panel of Thirteenth? Century Stained Glass from Canterbury,” Fogg Art Museum, Acquisitions (1964), 27-33; Caviness, “A Panel of Thirteenth-Century Stained Glass from Canterbury in America,” Antiquaries Journal 45 (1965), 192-199; Caviness, The Early Stained Glass of Canterbury Cathedral, ca. I I? 5 -1220 (Princeton, 1977), 67-70, col. pl. IV; Caviness et al. (1978), 12-13 and frontispiece; Caviness, The Windows of Christ Church Cathedral, Canterbury [Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi : Great Britain II] (London, 1981), 313-314, figs. 592, 592a, 593.
Collection: Harvard University: William Hayes Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
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