The Ascension
from The Crucifixion, Resurrection and Ascension

  The Ascension    from    The Crucifixion, Resurrection and Ascension

Photo © Martin Crampin

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about 1889
Three-light window of the crucified Christ with Mary and John, flanked by single-light windows showing Christ stepping out of the tomb with the soldiers asleep below, and Christ ascending with several disciples shown below.

technique: stained glass

firm/studio: Heaton, Butler & Bayne

Church of St Gwynan, Dwygyfylchi, Conwy
chancel apse

The east and west windows of the church were given in memory of Richard and Catherine Kneeshaw (died 1841 and 1825) and their children Henry (died 1813), Mary (1889), Richard and Lucy (both died 1878). The younger Richard Kneeshaw is buried in the churchyard with his children.




 

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References

Richard Haslam, Julian Orbach and Adam Voelcker, The Buildings of Wales: Gwynedd (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009), p. 487.




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  The Ascension    from    The Crucifixion, Resurrection and Ascension

Photo © Martin Crampin


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