The west rose window of Washington National Cathedral, created and installed in 1976 by artist Rowan LeCompte, tells the story of Creation in an abstract form. It unfolds from a center of white glass representing the passage from Genesis in which God says, "Let there be light." The window contains over 10,500 pieces of hand-blown glass and measures 26 feet in diameter. This window is considered by many glass experts to be the finest twentieth-century rose window in the world.
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