Stained Glass Windows in New England (and nearby) Museums
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (www.mfa.org)
Morning Glories, from the Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, ca. 1877. Formerly attributed to John La Farge; now attributed to Daniel Cottier.
The Infant Bacchus, made for the Washington B. Thomas house (later the Thomas Kidder House), in Beverly, MA, ca. 1885.
Peonies Blown in the Wind, made for the house of Lawrence Alma-Tadema, London, 1886.
Butterflies and Foliage, made for the house of William H. White, Brooklyn Heights, NY, 1889.
Fish (or “The Fish and Flowering Branch”), made for La Farge's son, Grant La Farge, to give as a gift to Gordon Abbott. From the Gordon Abbott house in Manchester, MA, 1890.
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University (www.harvardartmuseums.org/)
When the Morning Stars Sang Together and All the Sons of God Shouted for Joy (two windows), made for the Judge William G. Peckham house, Trenton, NJ, ca. 1884-85.
Boston College McMullen Museum of Art (www.bc.edu/artmuseum)
Christ between the Apostles John and Paul (Christ Preaching), the Rev. Charles James Bowen Memorial Window, made for the All Souls Unitarian Church in Roxbury, MA, 1889.
St. John the Evangelist, the Walter Farnsworth and his wife Elizabeth Loring Young Memorial Window, made for the All Souls Unitarian Church in Roxbury, MA, 1889.
St. Paul, the Leonard Ware and his wife, Sarah Ann Minns, Memorial Window, made for the All Souls Unitarian Church in Roxbury, MA, 1889.
Worcester Art Museum (www.worcesterart.org/)
Angel at the Healing Waters of Bethesda, James Ayer Memorial Window, made for Mount Vernon Church, Boston, 1897-1898.
Peacock Window, begun for the house of John Hay, Washington, D.C. (not installed), 1892-1908.
George Walter Vincent Smith Museum (www.springfieldmuseums.org/the_museums/gwv_smith_art/)
Rebecca at the Well, James Bliss Rumrill and Rebecca Pierce Rumrill Memorial Window, made for the Church of the Unity, Springfield, ca. 1890.
Newport Art Museum (www.newportartmuseum.org)
Trompe l'Oeil Curtain, window made for Thomas Grover house, Newport, RI, 1882-84. (part of a pair with one at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts).
Yale University Art Gallery (artgallery.yale.edu/)
Cherry Blossoms Against Spring Freshet, window made for the Michael Jenkins house, Baltimore, MD, 1882-83.
The Good Knight, the Albert Grenville Boynton Memorial Window, made for the First Unitarian Church in Detroit, MI, 1899-1903.
Brooklyn Museum (www.brooklynmuseum.org)
Hospitalitas, window made for the Herbert L. Pratt house, Brooklyn, NY, 1906-07.
Metropolitan Museum of Art (www.metmuseum.org)
Peonies Blown in the Wind, window made for the H.G. Marquand house, Newport, RI, ca. 1880.
Fire screen, ca. 1884. According to family tradition, La Farge made this panel as a tenth wedding anniversary present for Richard Watson Gilder and Helena de Kay.
Stained Glass Lunette. made for the Cornelius Vanderbilt II House, New York, 1880-82.
Stained Glass window (rosette pattern), ca. 1881-82.
Welcome, window made for the Mrs. George T. Bliss House, New York, 1909.
Corning Museum of Glass (www.cmog.org)
Peonies, window made for the Patrick Ford House, Boston, MA, ca. 1897.
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (www.pafa.org)
Trompe l'Oeil Curtain, window made for the Thomas Grover house, Newport, RI, 1882-84. (part of a pair with one at the Newport Art Museum).
Philadelphia Museum of Art (www.philamuseum.org)
Spring, made for the house of William C. Whitney, Long Island, NY, 1901-1902.
Smithsonian American Art Museum (americanart.si.edu/)
Peacocks and Peonies I, window made for the Frederick Lothrop Ames house, Boston, MA, 1882.
Peacocks and Peonies II, window made for the Frederick Lothrop Ames house, Boston, MA, 1882.
Peonies In The Wind With Kakemono Borders, window made for the house of John Hay, Washington, D.C., ca. 1893.
Detroit Institute of Arts (www.dia.org)
Helping Angel, triptych representing Faith, Hope and Charity, made for the First Unitarian Church in Detroit, 1890. Memorial windows dedicated to Royal Clark Remick, Charles Merrill, and John Judson Bagley (a fourth window is in the Yale University Art Gallery).