Scenes from the Passion of Christ
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1900

A pair of two-light windows set at either side of the original stained glass windows in the sanctuary apse, with further scenes of the passion and resurrection. On the left Christ is shown before Caiaphas, and Peter in the courtyard denying Christ, and above Christ before Pilate and being brought out before the people wearing the crown of thorns. The right-hand window has four further scenes of the resurrection: the three women at the tomb, and being addressed by the angel, who holds the text 'He is not here for he is risen' (Matthew 28: 6), Peter and John arriving at the empty tomb, and Mary Magdalene meeting the risen Christ in the garden.

technique: stained glass

firm/studio: Clayton & Bell

Church of St David, Neath, Neath Port Talbot
east wall of the sanctuary apse

Given in memory of Howel and Elisabeth Gwyn of Dyffryn by their nephew Joseph Edward Moore Gwyn, September 1900.




 

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References

John Newman, The Buildings of Wales: Glamorgan (London/Cardiff: 1995), p. 457.




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