Panel Depicting Jacob von Fulach

Object Name: 
Panel Depicting Jacob von Fulach

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Object Name: 
Panel Depicting Jacob von Fulach
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Overall H: 41.1 cm, W: 32.3 cm
On Display
about 1560
Primary Description: 
White glass, enamels; stained glass, painted. Stained glass window of white glass with silver stain and enamels set in pot metal. Central standing figure of Jacob von Fulach framed by heraldic shields and battle scenes. Delineated in enamel paint is the figure of the magistrate Jacob von Fulach standing under an ornamental arch, its architrave decorated with battle scenes. He is framed to the left and right by two armorial shields bearing the following arms: "Azure, an increscent moon argent, impaling or, a lion rampant to the sinister gules, armed and langued argent. (left) "Per fess sable and or, a lion rampant counterchanged, armed and langued argent." (right) Corpus Vitrearum, p. 25. Inscribed below: "Jacob von Fulach oberamptman/ in der Landgraffschafft Cläckgäuw."
The Henry Francis Du Pont Winterthur Museum, Former Collection