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

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Building Name: Cathedral Abbey of St. Anthony, formerly St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church (closed 2006)

Studio Name: Detroit Stained Glass Works, The

City: Detroit

Window Shape: 1 (half circle)

Date of Window: 1902

Subject/Title of Window: Ornamental Tympanum

Brief Description of Subject: The façade has three doors to enter the Church. The middle one is called the nave door while the others are aisle doors. The nave door is always the largest of the doors. This ornamental window is the tympanum over the front entrance on the epistle aisle side and, as usual, it will be less elaborate than the tympanum over the nave door. This window is identical to the one over the front door on the gospel aisle.

This window was made by the "Detroit Stained Glass Works" , which at that time was owned by Friederichs and Wolfrum.

Height: ~15"

Width: 36"

Ornamental Tympanum
Ornamental Tympanum

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