St George and the Dragon Stained Glass Window
In a stained glass window that honours the men and women of the branches of the United States military, St George Slaying A Dragon is the primary feature. The window appears in the parish hall of Grace Church Nutley.
Stained Glass, Leighton Buzzard
Archangel Michael fighting the dragon. Stained Glass originally from St Michaels, Bongate near Appleby in Cumbria. The window was moved to Leighton Buzzard after St Michaels was converted to residential use. Stained glass from the nineteenth century church in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England. Stained glass by Kempe.
Stained Glass Panel with a Lady and her Patron Saint | German | The Met
These four scenes are probably part of the glazing from the Cistercian church at Mariawald, located southwest of Cologne. Here, the Cologne glass painters adapted color to the traditional fondness for colorless glass, so that large areas of saturated color are combined with equally large sections of grisaille (monochrome painting)
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York Minster - panel from the St. William window, showing a man being seized by a devil. The St William Window is one of the most important pieces of medieval stained glass in the world. It is apporoximately 24 metres high and 4.88 metres wide (approx 72 x 14 feet).