France, Chartres, Cathedral of Notre Dame, bay CV11, choir clerestory
170.0 x 131.0 (67 x 51 1/2)
Upper left quadrant substantially intact, remainder replacement or stopgap
Provenance: E. Ruegg, Lausanne, Switzerland
Bibliography: W. F. Stahlman, “A Stained Glass Window of the Thirteenth Century,” Art and Archeology 20 (1925), 135 color ill.; Yves Delaporte, Les Vitraux de la cathedral e de Chartres (Chartres, 1926), 450-452; W.F. Stahlman, “A Stained Glass Window from Chartres Cathedral,” Bulletin of the Department of Art and Archeolog y of Princeton University (October, 1927), 3-9; W.F. Stahlman, “A Window from Chartres,” The Arts, 12:1 (November 1927), 271-274; Frankl (1944), 11; Princeton Museum 13:1 (1954), 3 and cover; Louis Reau, Iconographie de l?art chretien 3:2 (Paris, 1968), 577; Henry Graham, ?A Reappraisal of the Princeton Window from Chartres,” Princeton Museum 21:2 (1962), 30-45; Louis Grodecki, Chartres (Paris, 1963), 192-196; Princeton Museum 29:1 (1970), 28-29; Jane Hayward in Hoffmann (1970), no. 212.
Collection: Princeton University: The Art Museum (Princeton, New Jersey)
(Museum purchase, Trumbull-Prime Fund)
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