Christ the Good Shepherd and the Feeding of the Five Thousand
detail from Christ the Good Shepherd with the Virgin and Child

  Christ the Good Shepherd and the Feeding of the Five Thousand    detail from    Christ the Good Shepherd with the Virgin and Child

© University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, photo Martin Crampin

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1937

Two-light window. At the top of the left-hand light, with the standing figure of Christ as the Good Shepherd, is a depiction of the feeding of the five thousand, together with the words 'Feed my sheep' (John 21:16 and 17). At the top of the right-hand light. over the Virgin and Child is the scene of the Annunciation, with the text 'Blessed art thou among Women' (Luke 1:28 and 42).

technique: stained glass

artist: George F. Hunt

Church of St Illtyd, Llantwit Fardre, Rhondda Cynon Taff
north wall of the nave

Signed and dated with the artist's monogram.

Given in memory of Revd John Jenkins, first vicar of the parish (1873-1923), and his wife Elizabeth Florence Jenkins, in 1937 by Hilda Capenhurst, the sister of Elizabeth Jenkins.





 

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References

Len Tarr, Parish of Llantwit Fardre: St Illtud's (Pontypridd: 2008), p. 14.




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