Mosaics and Stained-Glass

Stained Glass Panel: Abraham's Sacrifice

Stained Glass Panel: Abraham's Sacrifice
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Mosaics and Stained-Glass, Painted coloured glass, lead, 83x47 cm
Origin: Germany, Late 14th century
Album: Typological Window I "The Bible of the Poor"
Personage: Abraham
Style: Gothic
Source of entry: Marienkirche, Frankfurt an der Oder, 1946
Theme: The Bible and Christianity
Transferred from Germany after World War II

See also

Artwork Depicting Scenes from Abraham's Life
Abraham and Isaac, stained glass panel, (c.1485) from the south clerestory ... Pieter Coeck van Aelst, Abraham's Sacrifice of Isaac, painted oak statue, ...
Sacrifice of Isaac
In the panel, with a wide and vigorous gesture, Abraham waves the dagger he is murdering ... of the ancient stained glass windows (G. and P. Bertini 1861). ...
Stained Glass Windows - St. Bride's Episcopal Church
STAINED GLASS WINDOWS. The church has five stained glass windows. ... The left panel depicts the 'sacrifice' of Isaac by his father Abraham (Genesis 22 and ...
General History -The stained glass windows in our church tell many stories from the Bible ... The next panel shows Abraham about to sacrifice his son Isaac. ...

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