They can be regarded as a precursor stained 13. from the apse of the cathedral Westminster Abbey, depicting three simple shields. The use of heraldic motifs, no doubt, was prompted by a desire to specify the origin of the customer or memorialize a person, buried in this church. In England, Holland and Switzerland, especially in the art of stained glass heraldic compositions reached the highest level. Images on the field emblem deposited in different colors on the glass and scratched, jumper lead between the panes of different colors are almost not used. In the late 15 – early 16 century. Many masters have moved from the Netherlands to London. They were brought to England his style, which was formed in Netherlands, France and Germany.
It is based on joint Nordic traditions and techniques of Italian Renaissance paintings, such, for example, the use of perspective. In the stained glass compositions have been major changes: now understood as a kind of stained glass from the window and was built as a Renaissance painting. In England, the most perfect example of this style – the windows of King Henry vii Chapel at Westminster, the Netherlands created the master Bernard Flower, received the king's service in 1505. Another set of stained glass, probably made the same master, is in the Church of Fairford in Gloucestershire. In France, the best examples of this style are in the Rouen Cathedral. Preserved also remarkable stained glass windows in cathedrals in Antwerp, Brussels, Liege and Amsterdam. In the late 16 century.