Mary, Notre Dame du Sablon, Photograph

Our Lady of Sablon in Brussels is a stellar example of 19th Century glass art, and presents Mary in all of her symbolic glory. Spectacular colors!
Stained Glass of Mary - The Church of Our Lady of Sablon - Brussels
[L’Église Notre Dame du Sablon - Bruxelles]

This stained glass window from the northwest transept of the church of Notre Dame du Sablon shows Mary in her bejewelled robe within a vibrant mandorla surrounded by angels. The current church, started around 1400 and completed in 1550, replaced a chapel dating from 1304. This window was designed by Samuel Coucke, a nineteenth century neo-gothic glazier and artist from Bruges.

Available in 8x10, 16x20 (Recommended!) and 20x24 inches. Printed on metallic paper for a truly stellar presentation of this stained glass image.

Location: Notre Dame du Sablon, Brussels, Belgium
Photograph (c) Copyright Alan D. Ezkovich, Photographer
  • Model: LAM00111PH
  • Manufacturer: L'Atelier Mondial