This reproduction of DaVinci's classic in glass is characteristic of early (1890s) Tiffany work, in which the paintings of the great masters (ancient and modern) were used as models for stained glass creations. This window is a memorial to Gustav Schwab, an early member and benefactor of the parish, who provided the church with its earliest stained glass windows from the Royal Bavarian Stained Glass Factory. (These are among the first "Munich" style windows in America, having been installed in 1865.)