Newest Stained-glass Windows, Cox Reception Hall, 1st floor

 

Between 2001 and 2007 six new stained-glass windows were added to the Cox Reception  Hall, 1st floor. As a result, there are now 62 stained-glass windows gracing the Library & Museum.The tradition of decorating the home of the Browning Collections and Museum with stained-glass windows goes back to 1924, when three such windows were placed in the then-new Browning Room in the old main library. Those three windows were carefully moved from the Browning Room to the Armstrong Browning Library and Museum prior to the dedication of the building in December 1951.

 

The Italy Window

 

 

 

 

The Rome Window

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