Philly museum hosts medieval treasures from Glencairn Museum

Artist/maker unknown, French. The Flight into Egypt, from the Infancy of Christ Window, from the Abbey Church of St. Denis, France. Stained glass, circa 1145. 20 1/2 by 19 3/4in (52.1 by 50.2cm). On loan from Glencairn Museum, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.
Artist/maker unknown, French. The Flight into Egypt, from the Infancy of Christ Window, from the Abbey Church of St. Denis, France. Stained glass, circa 1145. 20 1/2 by 19 3/4in (52.1 by 50.2cm). On loan from Glencairn Museum, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.
Artist/maker unknown, French. The Flight into Egypt, from the Infancy of Christ Window, from the Abbey Church of St. Denis, France. Stained glass, circa 1145. 20 1/2 by 19 3/4in (52.1 by 50.2cm). On loan from Glencairn Museum, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania.

PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Museum of Art is currently hosting Medieval Treasures from the Glencairn Museum, a rich display of 18 works of French Romanesque and Gothic art on loan from the museum in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, which is renowned for one of the world’s finest collections of medieval sculpture and stained glass from 12th-century France. Glencairn Museum is currently closed to the public for extensive infrastructure renewal, presenting the opportunity to display highlights from its collection in context in the medieval galleries of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The exhibit will continue through Fall 2023.

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