For experts, what makes the monumental rose windows
installed in the course of this construction unique is that there are few examples of Medieval stained glass in Paris, at least outside of St.
The North Rose window
still had most of its original glass in place until yesterday.
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Students practiced tracing a circle, making tick marks and lines to replicate the rose window
, or spider web appearance of the mesh part of the Dream Catchers.
The main living space of this astonishing conversion is dominated by the wonderful rose window
in one gable end, more than 12ft in diameter, set neatly under the soaring 23ft high vaulted ceiling.
Part of what allows Wilson's memoir both to render and to transcend its particular context so beautifully is that the central metaphor of the blue and rose windows
works not only as a parable about Christian Science's theological denial of pain and evil but also as a commentary on American culture in the fifties and sixties.
Outside the frosted windows, cans, are frozen to the streets, amute as we are, aghast at the sun and dazzle of fact fragmenting: high rose windows
and the Apollo Belvedere seem mere islands of belief that drift.
She said she was struck by delicacy of the structure, as well as that in the three stunning stained-glass rose windows
, and the elegant exterior carvings.
PARIS sunshine bursting through the rose windows
of Notre Dame was one of the world's most beautiful sights which might now never be seen again.
Next I showed them how to make lancet and rose windows
. A ruler with holes drilled through the middle at various points makes a great compass, and students could use this money-saving tool to create large circles.