Stained glass portrait of Saint Margaret, Saint Margaret’s chapel at Edinburgh Castle.
Chateau de Vincennes
Detail from Stained Glass Window Behind the Altar, St. Francis Xavier Church, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
A stained glass window from Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford.
Chartres Cathedral, Noah Window; detail; People drown as the Flood rises, 13th c.
Judith Schaechter - Donkey Ducky Dream stained glass
A stained glass window in the Ramos Pinto port house, Vila Nova da Gaia, Portugal, depicting a devilish character (possibly Bacchus - God of wine) climbing up the thigh of what looks like a “port goddess”. Adriano Ramos Pinto had a deliciously irreverent approach to marketing his Port wine (initially to Brazil).
The design was initially projected by the Portuguese architect Marques da Silva with the work completed in the Picard and Cie., Paris in 1899