Much of the stained glass in the cathedral at Amiens was lost during World War I. The church was bombarded by the German army. After the war many of the surviving windows were taken down and sent to Paris for restoration work. There, an accidental fire in the building where they were stored destroyed most of them. However, there are still a few original stained-glass windows in the cathedral. And there are some impressive ones that were designed, fabricated, and installed in the 1930s and later in the 20th century. Here are some examples. It's hard to find detailed information about them.
Speaking of glass, I'm getting my new eyeglasses this morning. I'll go pick them up at the optical shop. I ended up deciding to buy a new frame (une monture) for the second pair of lenses. I had the first pair put into a frame that I already had and liked. Now I'll have to see which one, old or new, I like better. It has taken me several days to get used to the new lenses, but my eyes seem to have adapted now and I'm pretty satisfied.