It’s a white glass painting with “jeancousin” for the carnation pink of the face and hands. It’s painting with grisaille for the tunic and lines details and silver yellow for the hair. The fragment shape reminds an upper openwork bellow from a canopy or extracted from a monumental rose window. The hair is embellished with grisaille and thin taking off with a needle. The face is quite marked, with a big and flat forehead, big eyes and a fort and short nose. The glass-painter drew a flashy smooth. Despite of the painting corrosion, the tunic let see heavy drap with broken folds.

The presence of carnation, differently called Jean Cousin, allows us to date this Stained glass at the end of 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century

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