Stained Glass banner image

Featured Window

Window of the Month
Artist: David Wilson - St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Hartland, Michigan

Click any image to enlarge.




Window

Building Name: First Presbyterian Church

Studio Name: Willet Stained Glass Studio

City: Royal Oak

Window Shape: 2 (rectangle)

Date of Window: 1954

Subject/Title of Window: Life of Christ

Brief Description of Subject: The north chancel window was contracted in 1954 and is the most prominent and beautiful of the entire set reaching a height of nearly 21’. The chancel window consists of 17 individual panels arranged in an inverted U-shaped arch around the chancel curtain divided by 7 1/2” limestone bands. The memorial indicates the window was an anonymous gift and reads, β€œAll Glory, Laud and Honor to Thee Redeemer King.”

Inscriptions: All Glory, Laud and Honor to Thee Redeemer King


Condition of Window: Good/Fair

Height: 21'

Type of Glass and Technique: Lead Came

Life of Christ
Life of Christ
Childhood of Jesus
Childhood of Jesus
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Jesus and the Elders
Jesus and the Elders
The Resurrection
The Resurrection

The MSGC is a constantly evolving database. Not all the data that has been collected by volunteers has been sorted and entered. Not every building has been completely documented.

All images in the Index are either born-digital photographs of windows or buildings or are scans of slides, prints, or other published sources. These images have been provided by volunteers and the quality of the material varies widely.

If you have any questions, additions or corrections, or think you can provide better images and are willing to share them, please contact stainedglass@museum.msu.edu