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Description Détail d'un vitrail représentant l'Arbre de Jessé. Ce vitrail a été composé par L. Steinheil sous la direction de Viollet-le-Duc, puis réalisé par Coffetier, peintre verrier. Il a été offert par le Cardinal Thomas Gousset en 1861. D'abord placé dans la chapelle axiale, il a été déplacé pour permettre l'installation des vitraux de Marc Chagall. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims.
Date 02/02/08
Source Own work
Author Vassil


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