Chartres Cathedral; Jesus Christ; 'Notre Dame de la Belle Verriere' window, south-east interior.
 
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Title:Chartres Cathedral; Jesus Christ; "Notre Dame de la Belle Verriere" window, south-east interior
Notes:Third and fourth registers from bottom of the stained glass window known as "Notre Dame de la Belle Verriere" (or "The Blue Virgin"). The lower one depicts the wedding in Cana
Date:1180
Building:Cathédrale de Chartres
City/Town:Chartres
Country:France

Scripture:John 2:1-12
General Subject:Wedding at Cana
Library of Congress Subject:Christian art and symbolism -- France -- Chartres -- Medieval, 500-1500
ICONCLASS Number:73C611
Index of Christian Art Number:44 C48 CND W02,017

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Attribution:Chartres Cathedral; Jesus Christ; "Notre Dame de la Belle Verriere" window, south-east interior, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library, Nashville, TN. http://diglib.library.vanderbilt.edu/act-imagelink.pl?RC=26271 [retrieved September 28, 2016]. Original source: Digitized from the slide collection of James T. Womack, Nashville, TN.
Record Number:26271 Last Updated: 2010-11-29 18:06:23 Record Created: 2002-03-21 00:00:00
Institution:Vanderbilt University Unit: Collection: Art in the Christian Tradition