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A series of ornamental windows with the center window containing a white flower. West Michigan Avenue United Methodist Church, Saginaw, MI

A series of ornamental windows with the center window containing a white flower. West Michigan Avenue United Methodist Church, Saginaw, MI loves this and is going to share it.

Victorian Stained Glass - Circa: 1895 -  This window design flows throughout. What is significant about this window is the strong array of harmoniously hued opalescent and striated-glass. America made the world’s greatest opalescent glass ever during this brief period. The green glass in the central field is very attractive.

Antique American Opalescent Stained Glass Window from Louisville with Jewels and Classical Architectural design.

Peacocks and Peonies II by John La Farge, 1882, Smithsonian American Art Museum. The central image was influenced by Japanese screens, while the lower section is from a Pompeiian wall painting and the upper portion is like a Romanesque arch. This window shows the revitalization of stained glass in the American Renaissance.

Peacocks and Peonies II, 1882 (John La Farge, ~ Smithsonian American Art Museum

Large Victorian Landing Window with Arched Top c. 1890 #6581

Victorian Stained Glass Landing Window, Arched Top c.

"Pretty Circular Panel" Religious Stained Glass Window

"Rich Blue and Brown Rose Window" Stained Glass Window

Stained glass Jesse Tree at Saint-Étienne's church in Beauvais, France, created between 1522-1524.  Jesse is the chap in the four-poster bed at the bottom.  To his left is Francis I of France and to his right is the Holy Roman Emporer Charlies V.  High res version at source.

Stain glass Jesse Tree at Saint Etienne Church in Beauvais, France . Built in 1522

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