[Collection of photographs of stained glass windows] [picture].

Title: 
[Collection of photographs of stained glass windows] [picture].
Publisher: 
N.D.
Description: 
35 photographs : col. ; 25 cm x 32 cm.
Format of Material: 
Photographs
Bib ID: 
132717
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
No call number available
Holdings Note: 
Currently located in Tracy's office
Notes: 
Most of the photographs are mounted on black paper.
Gift; The Connick Foundation; 2013; 1
Contents: 
Christ in the Temple, Le Mans, detail from North Aisle Window --
Detail: Our Lady of the Beautiful Window, Chartres --
1A. detail of "Beautiful Window" (South), Chartres. Early afternoon, autumn --
2A. detail of "Beautiful Window" (South), Chartres. Late afternoon, autumn --
the evolution of a simple pattern to suggest the actual functioning of the twelfth century shop tradition --
the Tree of Jesse window (West), Chartres. Composite effect from a lumiere by Houvet --
1B. detail of Tree of Jesse window (West), Chartres. Morning, late summer --
2B. detail of Tree of Jesse window (West) Chartres. Afternoon, late summer --
detail from the (West) Passion window, Chartres. from a lumiere by Houvet --
Passion window (West), Chartres. From a lumiere by Houvet --
Characteristic fragments of early glass from Canterbury and Chartres showing effects of corrosion --
Sandwich Glass Medallion --
detail from Saint Catharine window, Angers (North) --
Saint Radegonde window, Poitiers (North) --
the Assumption, from central choir window, Santa Maria Novella Florence --
Study of Central Choir Window, Chartres, suggesting sunlight on a gray day --
Saint Thomas of Canterbury, Beauchamp Chapel, Warwick --
Windows of the Choir in the Chapelle Haute, Ste. Chapelle, Paris --
detail from East Window in the Church of Saint Vincent Ferrer, New York. Study in varying lights and distances --
the Masterly Crucifixion window, Cathedral of Poitiers, early thirteenth century. Lumière by Desboutin --
1C. detail of Crucifixion window (East), Poitiers. Morning, autumn --
2C. detail of Crucifixion window (East), Poitiers. Afternoon, autumn --
the Good Samaritan window, Bourges Cathedral --
Medallion from Good Samaritan window, Bourges --
lower sections Prodigal Son window, Bourges (Northeast) (Morning) --
Saint James Major, South Clerestory window, Chartres (sunny afternoon) --
William of Kellet Rejoices, from window in South Triforium, Canterbury. Quiet sunlight --
detail from Saint Nicholas window, Chartres (North) from a lumiere by Houvet --
an ancient tradition translated into modern expressions of active color in light at varying distances --
1D. Dante Medallion, raw glass on easel --
2D. Dante Medallion, glass on easel, first painting --
King Jeroboam, detail from North Rose window, Chartres --
palette of Rheims glass selected by Jacques Simon --
study of North Transept Chapel window, Duomo, Florence --
East window, Becket's Chapel, Canterbury.