The “Four Seasons of the Vineyard” window (c. 1890s) in the Dining Room of Hay House is a classic example of traditional American stained glass. The window, featuring a vineyard during each of the four seasons, is designed in the Art Nouveau style popular at the turn of the century. “Seasons of the Vineyard” exhibits a beautiful blend of opalescent and cathedral glass to create its imagery.

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