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St Luke, St Matthew and St Mark

  St Luke, St Matthew and St Mark

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1840

Three-light window with standing figures under canopies.


artist: David Evans

Bangor Cathedral, Bangor, Gwynedd
south wall of the south aisle

Part of the former east window, installed in 1840 at a cost of £200. The glass was removed in 1872 and reset in this position in about 1880. Symbols of the tribes of Israel in the tracery lights. The evangelists can be identified from the descriptions given in the North Wales Chronicle, 30 June 1840.




 
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Further reading

Mostyn Lewis, Stained Glass in North Wales up to 1850 (Altrincham: John Sherratt and Son Ltd, 1970), p. 27.

References

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), p. 74.

Richard Haslam, Julian Orbach and Adam Voelcker, The Buildings of Wales: Gwynedd (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009), p. 242.


 

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Martin Crampin (ed.), Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 2016.
http://stainedglass.llgc.org.uk/object/1981 (accessed 23 February 2020)



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