Stained glass in the church of Saint Sigismond in the bastide village of Larressingle, Gascony. This depicts the Virgin Mary with the Christ child, in a very different style of interpretation from this one. Designed by Didier Gallet, and dated
set of 3 Antique American Stained/Jeweled Beveled Glass Windows originally installed in Indiana Governors Mansion, excellent condition.
People are like stained - glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Peacocks and Peonies I 1882 John La Farge Born: New York, New York 1835 Died: Providence, Rhode Island 1910 stained glass window frame: 112 x 51 x 6 in. x x cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of Henry A.
Peacocks and Peonies I, John La Farge, Smithsonian American Art Museum. La Farge pioneered the use of opalescent glass for leaded glass windows. This window and its mate, Peacocks and Peonies II, were once installed in a Gilded Age home in Boston.