Depicting the Life of Saint Joan of Arc, these designs were created by Max Ingrand in 1956 as part of the Sainte Joan quincentenary celebration appeal. They are installed in the Chapelle Saint Jeanne d'Arc in Rouen cathedral.
The centre of Neufchâtel-en-Bray was almost completely demolished during heavy German bombing on June 7, 1940. Some 800 of the towns 1200 houses were destroyed. The church of Notre-Dame, dating from the twelfth century was severely damaged, and almost all of the stained glass windows from the 13th century shattered. These windows have now been recreated from drawings and descriptions that were made in the 1930s.
This reconstructed window is of six panels in two lights, is in the style of the C14 stained glass at Chartre. The original glass was destroyed when the center of Neufchatel was bombed in June 1940.