Calvary Episcopal Church Summit, NJ is home to one of the few rose windows ever produced by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The "Beatitudes" Rose Window on the rear wall of the nave was installed in 1896.
After a successful capital campaign, Calvary was delighted to restore the 119 year old window. The restoration was completed by internationally renowned stained glass expert Art Femenella. Art started working with stained glass in 1968. He now divides his time between supervising major restoration projects, consulting, lecturing and writing for numerous national magazines. His projects have included works by Louis Comfort Tiffany, John LaFarge, Frank Lloyd Wright, Maitland Armstrong and other artists of equal importance. Art enjoys solving difficult problems, especially when the objective is to restore beauty and grace to a work of art that has been ravaged by time and the elements.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of Lee Clark, we have a wonderful set of high resolution photographs showing the entire collection of Calvary's stained glass windows. These photographs have been divided into six groups which are shown below. The individual panels of the Rose window were provided by Dick Ash.