More stained glass works from around the world. If you missed my first post see it here.
The windows above were created around 1922 by Harm Kamerlingh Onnes (1893-1985), nephew of noted physicist Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, and are located in Huygens Laboratory at Leiden University. The top and center panels depict Prof. Pieter Zeeman and the bottom panel depicts Prof. Hendrik Lorentz. Images via
Musical Distortion, 2009, glass and lead, 1.5' x 2'.
The above windows depicting the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse were designed in 1954 by Georg Meistermann (1911-1990) and are located in the Old Town Hall- Municipal Gallery for Modern Art in Wittlich, Germany. The bottom left photo is from a Meistermann exhibit titled "Die Kraft der Linie" (The Power of the Line) held in 2006 at the German Stained Glass Museum in Linnich. The images are from here and here.
The above images are of a stained glass skylight at the V&D Department Store in Amersfoort, Netherlands. The building was designed by architect Jan Kuyt in 1934. The images are from here and here.Museum
Walter Womacka (1925-2010) created these windows in 1962 for Humboldt University in Berlin. Titled from left to right; Man and Nature, Man and Science, Man and the Cosmos. They each measure 1.9 x 4.9 meters.
Detail of Mensch und Kosmos
Detail of Mensch und Natur
Various details of Womacka's windows
Soviet stained glass imagery in Grutas Park, Lithuania. Image via