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

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1919

Painted on panels and with wooden doors.

medium: oil on oak
technique: painted
size: 75 x 53 cm (painted area)
designer: Cecil Greenwood Hare

Church of St German, Roath, Cardiff
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Dedication: In memory of the fallen of the First World War. Cost £320. The wrought-iron screen to the north chapel (£60) is also part of the memorial.




 

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Stations of the Cross

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Further reading

Jean Rose, The Church of St German, Roath, Cardiff: A Guide for Visitors (Cardiff: St German's Church, Roath, 2010), p. 8.




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