After the first World War, the memorial phenomenon becomes omnipresent in the French urban and rural landscape. Christian response to war memorials erected on the village squares, the memorial window is one of the main forms of commemoration. Between 1920 and 1940, the reconstruction of buildings destroyed during the war led to intense canopy activity. Many civil and religious buildings from ruin statements include in their program a stained glass window dedicated to the memory of the war. The hairy martyr on the battlefield takes place alongside the prophets, apostles and saints, reflecting the community's appreciation against his sacrifice.
Patriotic windows were numerous in the department of Meuse. The exhibition organized by the county museum conservation of the Meuse to the Sacred Art Museum of Saint-Mihiel will highlight the rich collection of departmental boards, models and layer patriotic stained glass from the fund of master glassmakers Höner-Janin- Benedict.
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