Jesus is Nailed to the Cross
from Stations of the Cross

  Jesus is Nailed to the Cross    from    Stations of the Cross

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales / Estate of Archie Rhys Griffiths

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1960s

technique: painting

artist: Archie Rhys Griffiths
Copyright: Estate of Archie Rhys Griffiths

Church of St Martin, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
nave

This set of Stations of the Cross was originated in Munich, but following damage, four were commissioned to replace them. These were painted by Archie Rhys Griffiths in the 1960s, for which the artist received £35 each (information kindly provided by Jeanette Tabony).




 

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Further reading

Peter Lord, Interview with Peter Lord (Cwm Rheidol: 24 October 2007).




Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales / Estate of Archie Rhys Griffiths


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