Bethesda Chapel [art original] : St. Catherine's College : St. Paul, MN.

Bethesda Chapel [art original] : St. Catherine's College : St. Paul, MN.

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Dohmen, Peter, artist.
3 art originals : watercolor and ink on paper ; 56 x 77, 61 x 51, and 61 x 51 cm
paper, board ink, watercolor, pencil, and gouache watercolor single sided
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Prints & Drawings
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Range 145, Bay 4, Shelf 8
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St. Katherine's College
Watercolor designs for stained glass windows. Second and third drawings are labeled "A" and "B" respectively.
Title penciled in along lower edge of each drawing. Title written in black ink on lower edge of board verso, "Katherine's" is used in place of "Catherine's".
Each drawing has been mounted within board cut away to reveal rectangular shapes of windows.
"894" penciled in, and circled, along lower edges of each drawing.
Provenance: Collection Dieterich Spahn, Minnetonka MN.
Dieterich Spahn has included a note on the lower left corner of verso of drawing "A" about Peter Dohmen's work at the Bethesda Chapel.
[Design for five stained glass windows featuring text: "He made him Lord over His household; Thou art my son, this day have I begotten thee; Sweet the nails and sweet the wood, laden with so sweet a load; Peace be to you, It is I, fear not; Mary hath chosen the best part"] --
A. [Design for three stainted glass windows featuring text: "May the angels lead you into paradise; Come Lord Jesus; Queen of heaven rejoice, alleluia"] --
B. [Design for three stained glass windows featuring text: "Work while it is yet day; Do this in commemoration of me; Never permit me to be separated from thee"].