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Scenes from the Life of Christ

  Scenes from the Life of Christ

Photo © Martin Crampin

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1864

Seven-light window.



St Asaph Cathedral, St Asaph, Denbighshire
east wall of the chancel (window number: I)

The window replaces work of 1800 by Francis Eginton, the central panels moved to the church at Llandegla. The heraldic shields were retained in the cathedral and reset in the south transept. Many further windows were made by Ward & Hughes for the cathedral, and the architect, Gilbert Scott, worked with the studio at other places nearby, notably at the Church of St Thomas, Rhyl.




 
Record added by Martin Crampin. Last updated on 13-05-2020

 


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References

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), p. 131.

Edward Hubbard, The Buildings of Wales: Clwyd (Harmondsworth/Cardiff: Penguin/University of Wales Press, 1986), p. 439.

Malcolm Seaborne, Victorian and Later Stained Glass Windows in Flintshire Churches (Mold: 1996), p. 18.

D. R. Thomas, The History of the Diocese of St Asaph (Oswestry: Caxton Press, 1908-1913), vol. I, p. 310.


 

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Martin Crampin (ed.), Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 2020.
http://stainedglass.llgc.org.uk/object/4560 (accessed 23 October 2021)



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  Scenes from the Life of Christ

Photo © Martin Crampin



 
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