15th century, first half
Pot metal, white glass and silver stain
A: 41.0 x 36.0 (16 1/8 x 14 1/8); B: 41.0 x 36.5 (16 1/8 x 14 3/8)
A appears heavily overpainted; some glasses may have been erased and repainted. Both canopies have an added panel below, of equal size, with modern episcopal shields and some old fragments.
Provenance: Mrs. Naumburg, New York
Bibliography: Fogg Museum Annual Report (1929-1930), 3.
Collection: Harvard University: William Hayes Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Object/Accession: Naumburg Room, glass XX XXIX, window n III b1, d1
(A not illustrated)
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