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The Stained-GIass Attitudes of Saints and

���The photograph above shows the various stages in the making of a stained-glass window. On the table is a small sketch of the window first submitted to the customer. The worker is standing in front of the large outlined drawing from which he secures his patterns. At the left is the window itself partially completed

��Painting a small face on a slab of glass which has been cut to fit into a large window. The artist first makes a rough sketch of the figures. This sketch is later removed and a more accurate one, made in careful proportion, is substituted. The glass then passes into the hands of the artist who works with paint and brush


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