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GE_10.03: Armoiries du Chapitre de Saint-Pierre
(GE_Confignon_StsPierrePaul_10.03)

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Title

Armoiries du Chapitre de Saint-Pierre

Type of Object
Artist / Producer
Studio
Dating
[1905]
Dimensions
Env. 250 x 130 cm
Location
Place
Nef, n III
Inventory

Iconography

Description

Au sommet du vitrail, les armoiries du chapitre de St-Pierre

Iconclass Code
44A1(+6) · coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ church, monastery; ecclesiastical)
Iconclass Keywords
Inscription

Chapitre de St Pierre (banderole)

Signature

Aucune

Technique / State

Technique

Vitrail au plomb, grisaille

History

Dating
[1905]

Bibliography and Sources

Literature

Jules Crosnier, “Le village de Confignon et la chapelle des Seigneurs”, in Nos anciens et leurs oeuvres, Genève, tome 7, 1918, pp. 10-30

Eglise de Confignon, restauration intérieure, société catholique romaine de Confignon, Perly, Certoux, Genève, 1982

Charles Bonnet, “Chronique des découvertes archéologiques”, in Genava – Genève, tome 32, Genève, 1984, pp. 58-62

Armand Brulhart et Erica Deuber-Pauli, “Commune de Confignon”, in Ville et canton de Genève, coll. “Arts et monuments”, SHAS, Berne, (1ère éd. 1985) 1993, pp. 330-331

Béatrice Privati, “L’église de Confignon”, in Patrimoine et Architecture, no. 3, Genève, 1997, pp. 22-23

Armand Brulhart, Confignon: origines d'un village, Genève, 2001

Image Information

Name of Image
GE_Confignon_StsPierrePaul_10.03
Credits
© APAS (Association pour la Promotion de l'Art Sacré), Genève – photographe : Cyrille Girardet, Veyrier
Date
2006

Inventory

Reference Number
GE_10.03
Author and Date of Entry
Valérie Sauterel 2008
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