Christ Healing the Sick

  Christ Healing the Sick

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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Single-light window depicting Christ healing a sick child brought by his mother, with three angels above, two blowing trumpets. In the lower panel two local scenes show a shepherd with sheep and the Clogau Gold Mines, with a Welsh harp.

technique: stained glass
size: 40 cm (width)
firm/studio: G. Maile & Son

Church of St Ddwywe, Llanddwywe, Gwynedd
west wall

Text 'He laid his hands on every one of them, and healed them' (Luke 4:40).

Given by Elisabeth Hands in memory of her Uncle William Williams MD and his sisters of Bennar Fawr. To the patron's design, with the theme: 'God working in His world'. The faculty for the window is dated April 1959, although the window is listed with a date of 1960 in the list of windows published by the British Society of Master Glass Painters in 1966.

The Clogau Gold Mines were found on the land of William Williams.


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A Directory of Stained Glass Windows (London: The British Society of Master Glass-Painters, 1966), p. 54.

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  Christ Healing the Sick

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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