The Holy Family
from Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin

  The Holy Family    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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1980s or 1990s

Set of ten cruciform windows with the Annunciation, the Holy Spirit depicted as a dove entering Mary's womb, the Coronation of the Virgin by Christ, the Visitation, the Virgin and child adored by the Magi, the Virgin Mary with angels, the Presentation of Christ-child in the Temple (the Virgin is shown with Simeon, who holds the infant Jesus, while Anna and perhaps Joseph are at the sides in the shadows), Mary with Joseph and the boy Jesus sawing wood, the Virgin with a sword piercing her heart.

technique: stained glass
size: 50 cm (width) [approx]

Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Gorseinon, Swansea
north wall stairs





 

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  Virgin Mary with Angels    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin   Mary with a Sword Piercing her Heart    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin   The Presentation in the Temple    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin   The Adoration of the Magi    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin   The Virgin Conceiving Christ    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin   The Coronation of the Virgin Mary    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin   The Visitation    from    Set of Windows Depicting Scenes from the Life of the Virgin

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Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales


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