Twenty-six panels (26.68-75 and 77-94) contain fragments from the studio of A. Echivard, French, twelfth-eighteenth centuries, including many from Le Mans Cathedral, the arms of Vibraye from Lamney Church, and works from other sites in the Sarthe. Most are fifteenth-sixteenth century, and despite some attributions to Brittany show affinity with Tours and La Ferte Bernard. Another panel composed of assorted English fragments, thirteenth-eighteenth centuries, was reproduced in Stained Glass 29 (1934), 45. The Early Tudor Room (23.604), put together from different sources by Gill and Reigate of London, appears to contain about eighty English fifteenth-century stained and painted quarries; designs include roses, lilies, trefoils, daisies with a horn, imperial crowns, and the initials H.E.; Swiss fragments, sixteenth/seventeenth century, include a lion (14.703).
Collection: Museum of Fine Arts, Department of European Decorative Arts and Sculpture (Boston, Massachusetts)
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