In addition to the Golden Altar at Iglesia San Jose (the Church of San Jose) in Casco Viejo, Panama City, it also has some very nice stained glass windows.
This one is dedicated to Saint Rita of Cascia, the Patron Saint of Lost Causes.
and this one to Saint Augustine of Hippo.
A colorful mural on the street of Casco Viejo, Panama City is an ideal photo spot for a couple
Street Art Photo Spot
Walking around Casco Viejo in Panama City one can see glimpses of colorful street art and graffiti ….
Old Town Tire Art
Old Town Graffitti
Artemus the Bison bursting out of the Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning NY
Another beautiful stained glass window at the Corning Museum of Glass
A Colorful Stained Glass Window
A depiction of Saint Mark’s Basilica (Venice) is beautifully made up in a glass nicromosaic at the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York.
This may be the largest Venetian micromosaic in existence. It measures five by seven feet, and it weighs one ton. As a rule, micromosaics are small works that emphasize detail; rarely do they exceed the size of a modest painting. This panel depicts Venice’s Piazza San Marco and its basilica. It provides an almost photographic record of the mosaic decoration on the basilica’s facade as it existed at the start of the 20th century. The panel is signed by the mosaicist E. Cerato, and it was on display in the store of the glass company Pauly & C. at the Piazza San Marco until the late 1950s. Developed in Italy during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the micromosaic technique made use of minute tesserae of colored glass that were arranged to create painterly effects. These tesserae were cut from thin opaque glass rods, of which there were more than 20,000 different tints.
Saint Mark’s Basilica in Glass
The zoomed in image shows the various pieces of glass that were used to make up this masterpiece
Saint Mark’s Basilica in Glass Detailed
Saint Mark’s Basilica in Glass Detail
Numerous fascinating art objects in glass at the Corning Museum of Glass
Designs in Glass