France, Saint-Fargeau, Church of Saint-Ferreol
Pot metal glass
Diameter: 44.5 (17 1/2)
Extensive use of stopgaps, especially in the lower half; considerable corrosion
Provenance: Engel-Gros, Paris; Michel Acézat, Paris
Bibliography: Catalogue des vitraux anciens, collection Engel-Gros sale (1922), no. 7; Jane Hayward in Hayward and Cahn (1982), 211-213; Raguin (1982) 65-66 fig. 100; Grodecki and Brisac (1984), 258; Virginia Chieffo Raguin, “The Thirteenth-Century Glazing Program of St.-Fargeau (Yonne),” in Studies on Medieval Stained Glass [ Corpus Vitrearum: United States, Occasional Papers 1] (New York, 1985), 71-81, fig. 4.
Collection: The Glencairn Museum (Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania)
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