Valentin Bousch, Metz, France
1533 (restored 2008)
Valentin Bousch created this window in 1533 for the Benedictine Priory at Flavigny-sur-Moselle, France. Companion windows from the Priory are now at The Cloisters of the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
A fascinating article by a Corpus Vitrearum scholar may be found on our articles page.
It is unfortunate that Vancouver did not find a way to retain this unique Renaissance treasure.
Links to two newspaper stories on the loss of the window from Canada are on our Links page.
This photo after 2008 restoration in York, England courtesy Sam Fogg