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Church Architecture from Europe

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Works of Art (43)

Adoration of the Magi (Detail), ca. 1390, Austrian; From the Schlosskapelle, Ebreichsdorf, Austria, Pot-metal and colorless glass with silver stain and vitreous paint (1986.285.1,2)
Apse, 1175–1200, Spanish; from the Church of San Martin, Fuentidueña, Segovia, Limestone (L.58.86)

The Virgin and Child in Majesty, with Archangels and the Magi, ca. 1100, Attributed to the Master of Master of Pedret (Spanish, Catalonia); from the Church of the Virgin (Era Mare de Diu), near Tredòs, Cap d’Aran, Fresco, transferred to canvas (50.180a–c)
Architectural Drawing, 1450–1500, France, Pen and brown ink over black chalk on vellum (68.49)
Arms of the Porcelet Family, late 13th–early 14th century,French, Limestone (25.120.127)
Baptismal Font, ca. 1155–1170, From the Monastery of Saint-Trond, Wellen; Made in Liège, South Netherlands, Dark calciferous limestone (47.101.21)
Capital, with the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, From the Abbey of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, France, Limestone (25.120.60)
The Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Nantes, Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917), Plate III of Les cathédrales de France, published in an edition of 50 (Paris, 1914) (126.6/R61)
Chapter House, 12th century, French, Aquitaine; from the Cistercian abbey of Notre-Dame at Pontaut, south of Bordeaux. Limestone brick, and plaster (35.50)
Choir Screen (Reja), completed in 1764, Probably by Rafael Amezúa (Spanish), Wrought- and cold-chiseled iron, partly gilt; limestone, with traces of paint (56.234.1)
Christ Giving the Keys to Peter, ca. 1315, German; Cologne, Pot-metal glass and vitreous paint (29.55.1,2)
Cloister of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, late 12th–early 13th century, French, Languedoc; from the Benedictine monastery of Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, near Montpellier, Limestone (25.120.1-.134)
Column Figure of a King, ca. 1150–1170, French; From the abbey of Saint-Denis, Limestone (20.157)
Corbel with Five Interlaced Hair-Pulling Acrobats, second half of 12th century, Aquitaine, France, Limestone (34.21.2)
The Cuxa Cloister, ca. 1130–40, Catalan; from the Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa (Sant Miquel de Cuixà), near Perpignan, France, Marble (25.120.398,.399,.452)
Doorway from Moutiers-Saint-Jean, ca. 1250, French, Limestone with traces of polychromy (32.147)
Doorway, carved in the 1000s, assembled in 1100s or 1200s, Central Italian; Sangemini, from the abbey church of San Nicolò, Marble (47.100.45)
Doorway, mid-12th century, French, Touraine; from the Church of Saint-Sulpice at Coulangé, near Tours, Limestone (25.120.878)
Head of King David, ca. 1145, France, Paris, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, south portal of west facade (Saint Anne Portal), Limestone (38.180)
Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, 1650, Emanuel de Witte (Dutch), Oil on wood (2001.403)
Interior of the Oude Kerk, Delft, 1660, Hendrick van Vliet (Dutch), Oil on canvas (1976.23.2)
Lancet Windows, ca. 1250–1300, French, Normandy, Limestone (35.143.1–.3)
Leaf from a Manuscript of Valerius Maximus, ca. 1380, French, Made in Paris,, Parchment, tempera, ink, gold leaf (31.134.8)
Man of Sorrows and the Mater dolorosa, ca. 1480, Strassburger Werkstattgemeinschaft (Lautenbach Master), German (Swabia); From the chapter house of Constance Cathedral, Pot-metal glass and vitreous paint (1998.215a,b)
The Miraculous Communion of Saint Catherine of Siena, 1747, Giovanni di Paolo (Giovanni di Paolo di Grazia) (Italian), Tempera and gold on wood (32.100.95)
Monks in the Cloister of the Church of Gesù e Maria, Rome, François Marius Granet (French), Oil on canvas (2003.42.36)
Narbonne Arch, 12th century, French, Marble (22.58.1a)
Panel from a Tree of Jesse Window, 14th century, German (Swabia), Pot-metal glass, vitreous paint (22.25a-f)
Portal from the Church of San Leonardo al Frigido, ca. 1170–1180, Italian; Made in Tuscany, White Carrara marble, grayish marble (62.189)
Portion of a Pilaster Capital with an Acrobat, ca. 1150–1170, French; From the Abbey of Saint-Martin-de-Savigny (now destroyed), near Lyon, Limestone (47.101.25)
[Rievaulx Abbey], 1854, Roger Fenton (British), Albumen silver print from glass negative (2005.100.7)
Rouen Cathedral: The Portal (Sunlight), 1894, Claude Monet (French), Oil on canvas (30.95.250)
Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Grounds, ca. 1825, John Constable (English), Oil on canvas (50.145.8)
Scenes from the Passion of Saint Vincent of Saragossa and the History of His Relics, 1244–1247, French; From the Church of St. Germain-des-Prés, Paris, Pot-metal glass with vitreous paint (24.167a–k)
Stained-Glass Panel, ca. 1245–1248, France, Tours, Ambulatory of the Cathedral of Saint-Gatien, Pot-metal glass and vitreous paint (37.173.3)
Stained-Glass Window, with Grisaille Decoration, ca. 1325, French; From the abbey church of Saint-Ouen, Rouen, France, Pot-metal and colorless glass, with silver stain and vitreous paint (1984.199.1–11 and 48.183.2)
Two Columns, 400–600, French; Toulouse, from the Church of Notre-Dame de la Daurade, Marble (21.172.1-2)
Two Grisaille Panels, 1320–1324, French; Paris, from the Chapel of Saint-Louis, north aisle, royal abbey of Saint-Denis, Pot-metal and white glass, silver stain (1982.433.3,4)
View of the Vestibule of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome, 1765, Georges-François Blondel (French), Mezzotint (67.797.6)
Virgin Mary and Five Standing Saints above Predella Panels, 1440–1446, German; From the Carmelite church at Boppard-am-Rhein, Pot-metal glass, white glass, vitreous glass, silver stain (37.52.1–6)
Virgin of the Apocalypse, ca. 1480–1490, Circle of the Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet, German; Middle Rhineland, Colorless glass, silver stain, and vitreous paint (1982.47.1)
Virgin, ca. 1250, Alsace, Strasbourg (modern France), Sandstone with original paint and gilding (47.101.11)
Window with Flamboyant Tracery, 15th century, Bourgogne, France, Limestone (35.35.1)