The Healing of the Lame Beggar at the Beautiful Gate and St Peter Escaping from Prison

  The Healing of the Lame Beggar at the Beautiful Gate and St Peter Escaping from Prison

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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about 1902

Four-light window with two series of scenes across the upper and lower parts of the window: Peter and John healing the lame beggar at the Beautiful Gate and Peter escaping from prison.

technique: stained glass

firm/studio: C.E. Kempe

Church of St Giles, Wrexham
south wall of the south aisle

Signed with the wheatsheaf in the lower left-hand light.

Given in memory of Edward Arthur Hughes (1842-1902) by his widow Mary Alicia Sarah Hughes.





 

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References

Edward Hubbard, The Buildings of Wales: Clwyd (Harmondsworth/Cardiff: Penguin/University of Wales Press, 1986), p. 301.

Malcolm Seaborne, St Giles' Parish Church Stained Glass (Wrexham: 1998).




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