Stained Glass Panel with a Lady and her Patron Saint

ca. 1505–08
Made in Germany
Pot metal, white glass, vitreous paint, silver stain
Overall (with 1 T-bar): 62 3/4 x 21 7/8 x 1/2 in. (159.4 x 55.6 x 1.3 cm)
Overall (installation opening): 62 1/4 x 20 5/8 in. (158.1 x 52.4 cm)
installation opening from 41.170.104-107: 64 1/4 x 99 1/2 in. (163.2 x 252.7 cm)
105a: 30 1/2 x 21 3/8 x 3/8 in. (77.5 x 54.3 x 1 cm)
105b: 31 3/4 x 21 3/8 x 3/8 in. (80.6 x 54.3 x 1 cm)
Credit Line:
Bequest of George D. Pratt, 1935
Accession Number:
Not on view
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). These windows are stylistically related to the windows in the north aisle of Cologne Cathedral.
Baron Stafford(Costessey Hall, Norfolk, England); George D. Pratt, Glen Cove, NY (until 1935)
Hayward, Jane. "Stained-Glass Windows." The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, n.s., 30, no. 3 (December 1971-January 1972). p. 147.

Caviness, Madeline H., ed. Stained Glass Before 1700 in American Collections: New England and New York (Corpus Vitrearum Checklist I). Studies in the History of Art, Vol. 15. Washington, D.C.: National Art Gallery, 1985. p. 138.