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Cathederal - Detail of the facade. Piazza del Duomo, Sienna Italy

St. Joseph on the Mountain Episcopal Church ~ Patina Paradise

Church near Hemingfold Grange, Sussex, Great Britain.

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Chapel in the Woods, Arkansas

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Russian Church in Nice, France

Saint Basils Cathedral - Moskow

Church of Our Saviour on the Spilled Blood; St. Petersburg, Russia (Eurasia)

Fort Belmont Sunset, Jackson | Minnesota (by Aaron J. Groen)

Church in Austria where the Sound of Music was filmed

The church from "The Sound of Music."

Stained glass is one of my favorite types of art, along with Mosaic and watercolor. This window is original Louis Comfort Tiffany and is in the back of St. Andrews by the Sea in Rye Beach, NH where Maggie and Ben were married. They also rang the church bell on their way out of the church. A beautiful New England setting on a beautiful weekend. May 19, 2012.

DbyD-7323. These Stained Glass Windows with a Cross and a "Life of Christ" Scene Painted Medallion in the center can be found in Brantley United Methodist Church in Brantley, Alabama. They were designed to match the Stained Glass we did in a pair of doors we did on the rear of the church that we did a number of years earlier.

First established in 1832, Christ Episcopal Church is located at 111 S. Church Street in Historic downtown Smithfield Virginia. In 1872 two vestibule towers were added to the church and stained glass windows began to replace shuttered, small paned window openings changing the façade. These windows were designed by Tiffany, Franz Mayer (Munich style) and J& R Lamb Studios. The recent book, “Scared Light,” by Nenette Arroyo features three of the stained glass windows in Christ Episcopal Church.

When the Louvre was still a royal palace (Palais du Louvre), Église Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois was its church, the former parish of the kings of France. The unusual bell tower seen here was constructed in the 12th century and is the only remaining element of that early church. It was transformed in the 19th century to its current Gothic style. The stained glass windows from the Renaissance period are magnificent and the impressive organ was originally ordered by Louis XVI for Sainte-Chapelle.

Beautiful stained glass window created by F. Zettler (1878-1911) at the German Church in Stockholm. Motif deplicting the resurrection of Jesus

Stained glass windows in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church Sommerville, TN

Stained Glass windows at St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Brooklyn, NY