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Style Neo-gothic / Ref.1028

Stained glass window from a chapel with Mary as central figure

Width: 86'' ⅝  220cm
Height: 236'' ¼  600cm

1852, Bordeaux.

Overall good condition, with restoration of the lead planned. The bottom left of the window is broken. Unfortunately we were unable to salvage the stone frames.

19th century stained glass window from a chapel in Bordeaux signed Mauméjean, Neo-Gothic style. Representing three hieratic standing figures placed on pedestals each in a separate stained glass panel. The central figure, is an woman dressed in bright green, representing Mary Magdalena, on her left, the pondering figure of a saint holding a staff, and on her right dressed in Roman attire a crowned King holding a harp and singing up towards the skies, representing King David. Above are three rosettes, featuring the faces of flying angel with red and green wings. The colors of the stained glass are strikingly bright, the features have been painted with attention to detail. Unfortunately we were unable to salvage the stone frame. This stained glass window is one of three – see items # 1027 and 1029.

The Mauméjean stained glass dynasty of Masters
After a dormant century with mediocre productions and the closing of stained glass firms everywhere, the renewed interest in religion and Medieval culture in the 19th century brought about a revival of an art that was on the verge of becoming extinct - and this as early as 1850, with the work of a few masters like Chevenard and Alaux.
Jules Pierre Mauméjean, from Pau the first of the line opened a glass and mosaic workshop in 1867. His three sons, Joseph, Henri and Charles continued and developed the firm. The workshops were in the town of Hendaye, and the central offices in Paris, on rue Bezout. The Mauméjean company participated in all the great exhibitions in France and abroad earning many awards and praise notably at the World’s fairs.
Their work is found in churches and buildings classified as historical landmarks, although many were destroyed because of the war or urban restructuring.

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