France, Rouen, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, John the Evangelist Window (?)
Pot metal glass
63.5 x 59 (25 x 23 1/4)
Ornamental ground and pearled fillets are modern; stopgaps above figures and restorations at lower left
Provenance: Bacri Frères, Paris; Henry C. Lawrence, New York
Bibliography: Lawrence sale (192l), 36-38, ill.; Jane Hayward in Gómez-Moreno (1968), no. 185; Jane Hayward in Hoffmann (1970), 202-204; Jean Lafond, “La verriere des Sept Dormants d’Ephese et l’ancienne vitrerie de la Cathédrale de Rauen,” in The Year 1200: A Symposium (New York, 1975), 399-416; Michael W. Cothren, “The Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Glazing of the Choir of the Cathedral of Beauvais,” (Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, 1980), 115, n. l, pl. 75; Jane Hayward in Hayward and Cahn (1982), 149-152; Sauerländer (1982), 388; Cothren (1986B).
Collection: The Glencairn Museum (Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania)
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