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Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, late 14th century

Cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral, late 14th century. The elaborate fan vaulting, the earliest example in Britain, is clearly visible

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Pipe Organ of St Pauls Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St Pauls Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The cathedral was built in stages and is one of the City of Melbournes major landmarks

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass windows, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Stained glass windows, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Master organ in Notre Dame de Paris cathedral, Paris, France, Europe

Master organ in Notre Dame de Paris cathedral, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Detail of the St. Frideswide Window by Edward Burne-Jones, Christ Church Cathedral

Detail of the St. Frideswide Window by Edward Burne-Jones, Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: GEUR2D-00005

GEUR2D-00005
North rose window of Chartres Cathedral, depicting the glorification of the Virgin Mary, c. 1230 A.D. France. Digital photograph

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Thomas Becket stained glass window dating from around 1320, Christ Church College Cathedral

Thomas Becket stained glass window dating from around 1320, Christ Church College Cathedral, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Chancel vault, by William Orchard, circa 1500, Christ Church Cathedral

Chancel vault, by William Orchard, circa 1500, Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass in Notre Dame de Bayeux cathedral, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Stained glass in Notre Dame de Bayeux cathedral, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: France. Paris. Notre Dame. Rose window

France. Paris. Notre Dame. Rose window

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: France, Centre Region, Eure et Loir Department, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, stained

France, Centre Region, Eure et Loir Department, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, stained glass window

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: St. Hilda of Whitby holding an ammonite, West window, Hereford Cathedral, 20th century

St. Hilda of Whitby holding an ammonite, West window, Hereford Cathedral, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon
St. Hilda of Whitby holding an ammonite, West window, Hereford Cathedral, 20th century. Medieval stained glass window in Hereford Cathedral depicts Hilda of Whitby or Hild of Whitby (c)

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: SNCF poster, French cathedrals

SNCF poster, French cathedrals, designed by G Bourdier. Date: circa 1939

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: New York, Buffalo. Saint Joseph Cathedral (Roman Catholic), circa 1847, interior

New York, Buffalo. Saint Joseph Cathedral (Roman Catholic), circa 1847, interior. Stained glass window detail, St. Patrick

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Europe, England, Lancashire, Liverpool, Metropolitan Cathedral of Liverpool

Europe, England, Lancashire, Liverpool, Metropolitan Cathedral of Liverpool

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass windows in the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (Florence Cathedral)

Stained glass windows in the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (Florence Cathedral), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Florence, Tuscany, Italy, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Rose window and the vaults of Notre Dame, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Paris

Rose window and the vaults of Notre Dame, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass rose window viewed from the nave

Stained glass rose window viewed from the nave, Notre-Dame Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass window in Holy Trinity Cathedral, the largest Orthodox church in the country

Stained glass window in Holy Trinity Cathedral, the largest Orthodox church in the country, built between 1935 and 1942, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Africa

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass window, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Stained glass window, St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass windows, Saint-Samson cathedral, Dol-de-Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany

Stained glass windows, Saint-Samson cathedral, Dol-de-Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Rose window, Saint-Vincent cathedral, St. Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, France, Europe

Rose window, Saint-Vincent cathedral, St. Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Europe, United Kingdom, England, Cambridgeshire, Ely, Ely Cathedral

Europe, United Kingdom, England, Cambridgeshire, Ely, Ely Cathedral

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass of Joan of Arc in Sainte-Croix cathedral, Orleans, Loiret, France, Europe

Stained glass of Joan of Arc in Sainte-Croix cathedral, Orleans, Loiret, France, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Christ Church Cathedral interior, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Christ Church Cathedral interior, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Religious stained glass windows inside the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Religious stained glass windows inside the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Cathedral

Cathedral
LuoHongMei

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: The Gloucester Music Festival: the nave of the Cathedral looking west, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The Gloucester Music Festival: the nave of the Cathedral looking west, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Gloucester Music Festival: the nave of the Cathedral looking west, 1865....sacred music was performed each day in the cathedral...The nave, of winch our Artist has furnished a View

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Virgin Mary Baby Jesus Stained glass Hallgrimskirkja Large Lutheran Church, Reykjavik

Virgin Mary Baby Jesus Stained glass Hallgrimskirkja Large Lutheran Church, Reykjavik, Iceland. Largest church and tallest structure in Iceland

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Rose window Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy. Completed from 1215 to 1263

Rose window Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy. Completed from 1215 to 1263

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Representations of Adam and Eve on stained glass windows inside Holy Trinity Cathedral

Representations of Adam and Eve on stained glass windows inside Holy Trinity Cathedral, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Chile, La Serena, Iglesia Catedral cathedral, stained glass window, Virgin Mary

Chile, La Serena, Iglesia Catedral cathedral, stained glass window, Virgin Mary

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: France, Eure-et-Loire, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, The South Rose Window depicting

France, Eure-et-Loire, Chartres, Chartres Cathedral, The South Rose Window depicting the Second Coming of the Lord

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing imagery and stone cutters

Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing imagery and stone cutters
JEB4845003 Gothic architecture. Stained glass representing imagery and stone cutters. These stained glass windows tell the story of Saint Cheron. 1225

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Window w3 depicting the Expulsion from Eden: Labour and Sorrow; Rouen cathedral (stained glass)

Window w3 depicting the Expulsion from Eden: Labour and Sorrow; Rouen cathedral (stained glass)
722017 Window w3 depicting the Expulsion from Eden: Labour and Sorrow; Rouen cathedral (stained glass); Church of St. Jeanne d'Arc, Rouen, France

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Window depicting the Crucifixion, Mary collecting the Blood of Christ as a Seraphim stands by

Window depicting the Crucifixion, Mary collecting the Blood of Christ as a Seraphim stands by (stained glass)
1279032 Window depicting the Crucifixion, Mary collecting the Blood of Christ as a Seraphim stands by (stained glass); Cathedral of St. Etienne, Sens, France; (add.info.: Cathedral of St)

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: The cathedral in the city of Trondheim in Norway

The cathedral in the city of Trondheim in Norway
3571482 The cathedral in the city of Trondheim in Norway by Unknown photographer, (19th century); (add.info.: Trondheim, Norway 1890-1900 Date of Artwork: XI-XIV sec)

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Medieval stained glass designs. Church at Attenberg 1, 5, 6, 8, York Cathedral 2, 4, 7

Medieval stained glass designs. Church at Attenberg 1, 5, 6, 8, York Cathedral 2, 4, 7, Southwell Church 3
FLO4987862 Medieval stained glass designs. Church at Attenberg 1, 5, 6, 8, York Cathedral 2, 4, 7, Southwell Church 3, Soissons Cathedral 9, 11, St

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Wincester Cathedral

Wincester Cathedral
3561153 Wincester Cathedral by Unknown photographer, (20th century); (add.info.: Wincester, Great Britain 1900-1910 ca. Photographer: Unidentified Author); Alinari Archives, Florence

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass windows of the Cathedrale Saint Etienne (Saint-Etienne)

Stained glass windows of the Cathedrale Saint Etienne (Saint-Etienne)
ETI4397610 Stained glass windows of the Cathedrale Saint Etienne (Saint-Etienne).; (add.info.: Stained glass windows of the Cathedrale Saint Etienne (Saint-Etienne).); © Angelo

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Virgin Mary and child. Rose window 14th century. Stained glass window

Virgin Mary and child. Rose window 14th century. Stained glass window. Genoa cathedral, San Lorenzo Cathedral. Genoa
7137005 Virgin Mary and child. Rose window 14th century. Stained glass window. Genoa cathedral, San Lorenzo Cathedral. Genoa

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Virgin Mary and child. Rose window 14th century. Stained glass window

Virgin Mary and child. Rose window 14th century. Stained glass window. Genoa cathedral, San Lorenzo Cathedral. Genoa
7137004 Virgin Mary and child. Rose window 14th century. Stained glass window. Genoa cathedral, San Lorenzo Cathedral. Genoa

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Window w3 depicting Beauvais cathedral with its citizens (stained glass)

Window w3 depicting Beauvais cathedral with its citizens (stained glass)
722010 Window w3 depicting Beauvais cathedral with its citizens (stained glass); Church of St. Jeanne d'Arc, Rouen, France

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Chapel

Chapel
Rodrigo Marin

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Stained glass of the Crucifixion. Cathedrale, Chalon sur Marne (Chalon-sur-Marne)

Stained glass of the Crucifixion. Cathedrale, Chalon sur Marne (Chalon-sur-Marne)
JEB4961360 Stained glass of the Crucifixion. Cathedrale, Chalon sur Marne (Chalon-sur-Marne).; Chalons-en-Champagne Cathedral, Marne, France; (add.info.: Stained glass of the Crucifixion)

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Album 'Voyage en Ecosse Septembre 1880': View of Glasgow Cathedral

Album "Voyage en Ecosse Septembre 1880": View of Glasgow Cathedral
3562568 Album "Voyage en Ecosse Septembre 1880": View of Glasgow Cathedral; (add.info.: Scotland, Glasgow, Great Britain 19/09/1880 Date of Artwork: 1197, 1233, XIV - XV secc)

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Noah episode: from bottom to top: 1) donors, carpenters and cooperers

Noah episode: from bottom to top: 1) donors, carpenters and cooperers. 2) God speaks to Noah 3) Building the Ark 4
ETI4396499 Noah episode: from bottom to top: 1) donors, carpenters and cooperers. 2) God speaks to Noah 3) Building the Ark 4) The ark floats on the waves 5) Noah releases the dove 6

Background imageStained glass windows Collection: Jesse's tree. Jesse, who rests at the bottom of the tree, is the father of King David on the first

Jesse's tree. Jesse, who rests at the bottom of the tree, is the father of King David on the first level of
ETI4396500 Jesse's tree. Jesse, who rests at the bottom of the tree, is the father of King David on the first level of the tree. He's thinking of his offspring



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