Osgoode Hall Stained Glass


By the beginning of the thirteenth century figures were
abundantly used in scenes, being enclosed in geometrical
medallions, such as circles, lozenges, or quatrefoils. A
window was composed of many medallions.

Osgoode Hall Stained Glass in the Rotunda/Atrium

Color became more detailed and varied, and the prevailing
scheme of red, blue, green, and purple, with small amounts
of white, created tense and vibrant harmonies.

Osgoode Hall Stained Glass in Convocation Hall

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