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Nativity Stained Glass Designs

Posted by havealittletalk on December 12, 2010

The following eight stained glass designs are from the Lamb Studios Archive Collection at the Library of Congress’s Prints and Photographs Division.  J. & R. Lamb Studios, founded in 1857,  is the oldest decorative arts firm in the United States. These are just a handful of the 60 found under the category “Nativity” within that Collection, which includes some 2,500 images. There are no known restrictions on their use.

[Design drawing for stained glass Nativity memorial window with abstracted soaring lines]lambdc 06543

[Design drawing for stained glass window with Nativity; Joseph in the Carpenter's Shop]

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[Design drawing for stained glass window showing Epiphany in Hempstead, Long Island, New York]

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[Design drawing for stained glass window with abstracted, fragmented Nativity with text "For Unto Us a Child is Born..."]

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[Design drawing for stained glass memorial window with elaborate Nativity scene and text "Glory to God in the Highest"]

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[Design drawing for stained glass window "The Wise Men Warned by God in a Dream" with star, angel, and camel]

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[Design drawing for stained glass window with Nativity showing Mary kneeling and holding Christ under a star; also steepled buildings]

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