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Jesus the Light of the World and Jesus the Good Shepherd

  Jesus the Light of the World and Jesus the Good Shepherd

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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about 1886

Two light window with two standing figures of Christ as the light of the world and the good shepherd.

size: 108 x 38 cm (of each light)
firm/studio: Burlison & Grylls

Church of St Mary, Betws-y-coed, Conwy
south wall of the south aisle

In memory of Ludovic Ewing d.1886. Given by step-mother Alice L. Ewing.

The light of the world figure clearly based on Holman Hunt's painting, though here the image is reversed. The attached Biblical text is that used by Hunt. The good shepherd is a conventional representation.



 
Record added by Martin Crampin, Additional contribution by John Morgan-Guy. Last updated on 20-12-2011

 

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Martin Crampin (ed.), Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, 2011. (with a contribution by John Morgan-Guy)
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  Jesus the Light of the World and Jesus the Good Shepherd

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales



 
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