The Annunciate Virgin (one of a pair). Date: 1552; Culture: French, Paris; Medium: Colored, stained, and enameled glass; Dimensions: 64 x 28 in.

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The Annunciate Virgin (one of a pair). Date: 1552; Culture: French, Paris; Medium: Colored, stained, and enameled glass; Dimensions: 64 x 28 in.
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The Annunciate Virgin (one of a pair). Date: 1552; Culture: French, Paris; Medium: Colored, stained, and enameled glass; Dimensions: 64 x 28 in. (162.6 x 71.1 cm); Classification: Glass-Stained; Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1907 / A banderole bears the partial inscription Ave Ma.gratia plena.ñs. This is part of a large Annunciation window from a series of windows with scenes from the Life of the Virgin placed in the north aisle windows of the church of Sainte Foy, at Conches, Normandy. It was given to the church in 1552 by Jean le Teillier, seigneur d´Evreux and conseiller du roi to Henri II.; Inscription: On banderole held by Gabriel in panel 07/287.13: Ave Maria gratia plena dominus tecum; Provenance: Stanford White (until 1907; sale, American Art Galleries, New York, November 25-29, 1907, no. 498; to MMA)