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All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys

formerly in: Radnorshire


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Site OS Grid Ref: SO168397
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Church (Anglican)
Estate church built in 1883 by Vulliamy, adapting plans by G.C. and H.R. Haddon, for the de Winton family of Maesllwch Castle.

People associated with this site
   as architect: Edwyn Papendiek Vulliamy


Works at this site:
  Scenes from the Gospels Scenes from the Gospels
1883
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
east wall of the chancel
  The Symbols of the Four Evangelists The Symbols of the Four Evangelists
about 1884
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
south wall of the sanctuary
  St Michael and St George St Michael and St George
artist: Christopher Whall
about 1914
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
north wall of the nave
  The Light of the World The Light of the World
artist (after): William Holman Hunt
about 1884
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
north wall of the nave
  Jacob's Dream Jacob's Dream
firm/studio: Cox, Son, Buckley & Co.
1897
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
north wall of the nave
  St Michael Overcoming Satan    from    Archangels Slaying Dragons St Michael Overcoming Satan
from Archangels Slaying Dragons

firm/studio: Cox & Co.
designer: Edwyn Papendiek Vulliamy
1884
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
west wall of nave
  Christ in Majesty Surrounded by Angels and Figures Christ in Majesty Surrounded by Angels and Figures
firm/studio: Cox & Co.
designer: Edwyn Papendiek Vulliamy
1884
All Saints Church, Glasbury, Powys
west gable



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