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St. Paul's Catholic Church, Onaway, Michigan: artists Peter and Christel Brahm

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Artist / Studio


Tyrolese Art Glass Company
Innsbruck, Austria

Opening Date:1861

Description: The Tyrolese Art Glass Co. (Tiroler Glasmalerei und Mosaik-Anstalt)provided many windows for the American market from the late 1870s until the beginning of World War I. Their windows employed the painterly "Munich Style" associated with studios such as those of Franz Mayer and F.X. Zettler in Munich. At one time the firm maintained offices in New York and Chicago, to handle its American trade. It continues at Innsbruck today, under the direction of Konrad Mader, a descendant of one of its founders.

Christ and the Battlefield Window
Baptism of Jesus and St. John the Baptist
Bells and Drum
Window Name: Bells and Drum
Bible and Chalice
Window Name: Bible and Chalice
Bishop’s Miter and Scroll
Chalice and Harp
Window Name: Chalice and Harp
Decorative pattern with a Cross and a rose
Decorative pattern with crosses
Woman, Bull and Crosses
Dove with fish and Anchor with fish
Host and Scale
Window Name: Host and Scale
Jesus dies on the Cross
Lion Head and Bird Head
Miter and Lamb
Window Name: Miter and Lamb
Patrons of religious music
Sacred Heart and Hourglass
St. Aloysius Gonzaga and St. John the Baptist
St. Alphonsus
Window Name: St. Alphonsus
St. Andrew and St. James the Great
St. Anne and Immaculate Conception
St. Bartholomew and St. John
St. Columban and St. Patrick
St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Catherine
St. James the Less and St.Thaddeus
St. Joseph and St. Stanislaus
St. Matthew and St. Simon
St. Peter and St. Paul
St. Philip and St. Thomas
St. Rose of Lima and St. Teresa Little Flower
Symbols and Symbols
Window Name: Symbols and Symbols
The Ascension of the Lord into Heaven.
The carrying of the Cross
The Crowning of Jesus with Thorns
The Scourging of Jesus at the Pillar
Violin and Horns
Window Name: Violin and Horns
Sir Walter Scott
Window Name: Sir Walter Scott
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Death of Joseph
Window Name: Death of Joseph