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Stained glass Windows of Cathedral of Chartres, France - A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

"Father as motherly. Christ's love, like a womb. Shelter, like a womb. What a window... Marc Chagall. Stained glass."

Canterbury Cathedral - Adam Delving (digging) - One of the original windows in the cathedral, circa 1176

St. Mary, by Harry Clarke. In Cong, County Mayo, Ireland. Photo by Fergal of Claddagh, posted by stainedglassforever on Tumblr

Harry Clarke's stained glass

Harry Clarke

Harry Clarke stained glass

Harry Clarke, The Unhappy Judas - Detail - 1913. National Museum of Decorative Arts & History,Collins Barracks, Dublin.

Tower of Babel, Ely Cathedral | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Stained glass window/ Harry Clarke

Angel, Harry Clarke

Saint Brigid: There are eleven Irish Saints depicted in the windows of Ballinrobe Church - these windows were designed and made by Harry Clarke in 1924.

Portrait of the Donor Knight Stained Glass, 1483 at the Musée de Cluny - Paris France by mbell1975, via Flickr

Fragments of stained glass windows dated from 1200-1300's Musee Cluny

Abraham, from the Canterbury Cathedral.

Stained Glass - Church Of Christ The King, Knockmore, County Mayo, Ireland

York Minster angel stained glass.

Stained Glass; York Minster, England.

Stained glass by Henry Clarke

William Morris stained glass detail No.4 - Keighley, West Yorkshire

Pre-Raphaelite Stained glass | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

onuen: “Luna”, Burne-Jones stained glass.

Stained glass by the master Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931). Photo via Holy Whapping.