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St Michael Overcoming Satan
from Archangels Slaying Dragons

  St Michael Overcoming Satan    from    Archangels Slaying Dragons

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1884

Two single-light windows depicting Michael 'slaying' Satan, depicted as a dragon, and another archangel with a shield displaying the red cross also slaying a dragon.

size: 61 cm (width)
firm/studio: Cox & Co.
designer: Edwyn Papendiek Vulliamy

Church of All Saints, Glasbury, Powys
west wall of nave



 
Record added by Martin Crampin. Last updated on 01-05-2017

 

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According to the church guide book, the three windows in the west wall (St Michael, St George [says the guidebook] and the rose window), were "designed by Vulliamy and executed by Cox & Co. of London in 1884."
Submitted by: Peter Jones (2017-05-01 14:10:43)
Editor's response: This makes good sense with the few other windows by the firm that I have seen, and I suspect that more of the windows in the church are also by Cox & Sons, as well as the window of Jacob's Ladder signed by the firm.


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Martin Crampin (ed.), Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 2017.
https://stainedglass.delweddau.cymru/object/306 (accessed 20 February 2024)



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