This luminous hand-painted glass panel has been reproduced from a 15th-century stained-glass panel in The Met collection. Originally installed in the Carmelite church at Boppard in the German Rhineland, this panel with its Nativity scene was once part of a window depicting the ancestry of Christ. The painter of these windows adopted an angular style of breaking drapery folds and subtle juxtapositions of brilliant color, initiating a new style of glass painting in the middle Rhine.
- Includes chain for hanging
- 10''L x 7''W