Maker English
  • Rosette From Canterbury Cathedral
Date c. 1220
Medium stained glass
Dimensions Overall: 14 3/4 × 20 7/8 × 1/4 inches (37.5 × 53 × 0.7 cm)
Overall (Central Rosette): 12 inches × 12 3/16 inches (30.5 × 31 cm)
Overall (Diameter of Side Medallions): 1 3/4 inches (4.4 cm)
Credit Line Gift of Lillian Henkel Haass
Accession Number 58.190
Department European Sculpture and Dec Arts
Not On View
Created for the Trinity Chapel ambulatory, Christ Church Cathedral, (Canterbury, Kent, England).
Until 1923, Dendy Sadler Collection [1854-1923] (London, England);
Until 1924, (Grosvenor Thomas [1856-1923], London, England);
Julius H. Haass, (Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA);
Until 1958, Lillian Henckel Haass, (Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA);
1958-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, THE YEAR 1200: BETWEEN ROMANESQUE AND GOTHIC, Feb - May, 1970, no 231.

Caviness, Madeline Harrison, THE WINDOWS OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, CANTERBURY, London: Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain II, 1981, pp 205 & 315.

STAINED GLASS BEFORE 1700 IN AMERICAN COLLECTIONS: MID- WESTERN AND WESTERN STATES (CORPUS VITREARUM CHECK- LIST III), Studies in the History of Art, vol 28, Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1989, p 157 (ill) (with bibliography).

Raguin, Virginia C. and Helen J. Zakin, CORPUS VITREARUM UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PART VII: STAINED GLASS BEFORE 1700 IN THE COLLECTIONS OF THE MIDWEST STATES, vol I, London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2001, pp 159-162, for further bibliography p 160.