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Munich-style stained glass
also called "Munich Style" stained glass

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  1. produced in the Royal Bavarian Stained Glass Manufactory, Munich, in the mid-19th century

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  2. This glassworks was established in 1827, and continued to produce glass of high quality well into the early 20th century, under the guidance of F.X. Zettler

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  3. Together with his major competitor, Franz Mayer of the Royal Art Institute, these stained-glass artists developed the so-called "Munich style" of expert painting on relatively large glass panels (as opposed to the medieval technique of smaller pieces

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  4. Around 1862 the Franz Mayer of Munich company started with stained glass paintings influenced by "Royal Bavarian Stained Glass Establishment"

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  5. Their tendency was to create a picture like composition similar to late gothic paintings and renaissance altars

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