Six Panel Stained Glass Windows Portraying the Life of St. Barnabas & the Resurrection

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A magnificent 19th century German set of stained glass windows by Mayer of Munich. The scenes are based on the life of the apostles. The leaded glass windows are carried out in classic glass painting techniques, free-blown glass with Schwarzlot painting, Schwarzlot overlay and Inkarnat paints, dabbed and wiped.
Height: 139" (353 cm)
Width: 192" (487 cm)

Signed: MAYER A. CI. MUNICH, with a monogram in the 4th window.

Circa 1880

Height: 139" (353 cm)
Width: 192" (487 cm)

Titled:
BARNABAS GIVES UP HIS POSSESSIONS, ACTS IV, 37, BARNABAS EXHORTING THE CHRISTIANS, ACTS XI,
THEY PREACHED JESUS AND THE RESURRECTION,
BARNABAS BRINGS IN SAUL TO THE APOSTLES,
SEPARATE ME.
BARNABAS AND SAUL FOR THE WORK.

Franz Mayer & Co. (Mayer & Co. of Munich) is a German stained glass design and manufacturing company, based in Munich, Germany, that has been active throughout most of the world for over 150 years. The firm was very popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, and was the principal provider of stained glass to the large Roman Catholic churches that were constructed throughout the world during that period. Franz Mayer and Co. were stained glass artists to the Holy See and consequently were popular with Roman Catholic clients.