Education Can Be Illuminating - Stained Glass Window, University of Michigan
The main portion of a large stained glass window in the Michigan League. An online source described the entire window thusly:
"The stairwell landing to the second floor contains spectacular stained glass windows given to the League by Mr. O.E. Hunt in memory of his wife Hazel Hill Hunt. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hunt were in the graduating class of 1907 at the University of Michigan. Pond and Pond, the League architects, designed the windows. They were created by the Lynden Glass Company of Chicago, which also did work for a Frank Lloyd Wright house. The three large panels depict Science, Inspiration and the Arts."
DP111-2015 Posted Tuesday, April 21.
The windows are on an east wall and are best viewed in the morning, when there is fairly uniform back illumination. That was the case when I took this shot. They are set in dark wood paneling. The upper portion of the window can be seen here: http://smu.gs/1OBQSrZ
Taken April 19, 2015. University of Michigan, Michigan League, east stairwell between the first and second floor.
Title: Education Can Be Illuminating - Stained Glass Window, University of Michigan