Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York ''Flight Into Egypt'' 6-1/2" stained glass roundel
Heavenly light aptly describes the Fight Into Egypt window designed in 1932 by Charles Connick specifically for the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. It is a masterpiece so elaborately detailed that it contains 8,000 individual pieces of glass. This adaptation pulls from a palate of more than 600 colors to achieve a similar magnificence of hues in its fired reproduction. Virtually all of the world’s major cathedrals consider the Flight Into Egypt a significant work and a great expression of their living faith.
These collectible and home decor size stained glass panels of the images use a proprietary labor intensive hand craft process. The imagery is painstakingly recreated by artisans who hand apply translucent enamels to cathedral glass in a traditional one color at a time process. Each color is fired into the glass at temperatures above 1100F degrees. Imported. To view more stained glass creations, click here.
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