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Andrea  

Polish, 13th century, male.

Glass painter.

Of Polish origin, Andrea became a monk, and he was mentioned in the Pisa annals of 1222 as having created a stained glass window in the style of Tronci, in Italy, for the chancel in the church of S Caterina....

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French, 13th century, male.

Glass painter.

In 1249 this artist painted some of the stained glass windows in Chartres Cathedral.

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British, 13th century, male.

Painter, miniaturist, illuminator. Murals, designs for stained glass.

In 1260 this artist was working in the scribes' and illuminators' district of Oxford. He illustrated various manuscripts and psalters between 1230 and 1250, among them The Last Judgement and a Sarum Book of Hours...

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French, 13th century, male.

Born c. 1210, in Troyes.

Painter, glass painter. Portraits.

This artist appears to have had a certain reputation in his lifetime. His name is found in Châlons-sur-Marne in 1248. In this town he worked on the windows of the cathedral, and he was still there in ...

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French, 13th century, male.

Born in Chartres.

Glass painter.

Between 1235 and 1240 this artist worked on a window in the Chapel of the Virgin in Rouen's Notre-Dame Cathedral; on this he inscribed Clemens Vitrarius Carnotensis me fecit (Clement Glazier of Chartres made me).

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Colum P. Hourihane

International scholarly organization dedicated to the study of medieval Stained glass. Although it is claimed that the organization was founded in 1949, it was not formally established until 1952 when a group of interested scholars met at the International Congress for the History of Art in Amsterdam under the guidance of Hans R. Hahnloser and where guidelines for the recording and cataloguing of stained glass were then structured. Hahnloser had already discussed the possibility of founding such an organization three years earlier at the 16th International Congress for the History of Art in Lisbon when an outline and draft were proposed....

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Austrian, 13th – 14th century, male.

Active in Klosterneuburg (Lower Austria) between 1291 and 1331.

Glass painter.

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Cordelia Warr

Hungarian saint and patron. She was the daughter of the Arpád King Andrew II of Hungary (reg 1205–35) and Gertrude of Andechs-Meran (1185–1213) and married Ludwig IV, Landgrave of Thuringia (reg 1217–27) in 1221. After Ludwig’s death (11 September 1227...

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German, 13th – 14th century, male.

Glass painter.

This artist was working at Klosterneuburg (Lower Austria) in around 1280 and again in the early years of the 14th century, with his son Walther as his assistant.

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German, 13th century, male.

Glass painter.

This may be the same artist who worked between 1220 and 1257 in Cologne. He was at the castle of Kappenberg in about 1220.

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Clara Gelao

Italian sculptor and architect. In 1229 Nicolaus ‘priest and master’ signed the ambo in Bitonto Cathedral. The ambo, one of the most exquisite medieval works of art in Apulia, is decorated with coloured putty and glass inserted into the honeycombed marble (sottosquadro technique). Its design is based on 11th-century prototypes: there is a semi-cylindrical lectern with the bookrest resting on an eagle supported by an atlas figure. A relief on the stairway to the ambo is decorated with four figures (one seated) placed under small arches. Various identifications have been proposed for these, but Schaller suggested that they represented the four emperors of the Hohenstaufen dynasty (Frederick Barbarossa, Henry VI, Frederick II and his heir, later Conrad IV) and that they were related to a sermon given in Bitonto in ...

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Stephen Murray

Term applied to a particular phase of French Gothic architecture (c. 1230s–1300s) by 19th-century historians who were attempting to divide Gothic into distinct sub-styles based on the changing forms of window tracery. Its general acceptance into the vocabulary of architectural historians resulted from the writings of ...

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Richard  

French, 13th century, male.

Glass painter.

Active in Tours about 1279.

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French, 13th century, male.

Active in Montpellierc.1298.

Glass painter.

Sabaterii's stained glass windows for Montpellier Cathedral are renowned.