St Luke, St Mark and St Matthew
from The Writers of the New Testament

  St Luke, St Mark and St Matthew    from    The Writers of the New Testament

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Sgraffito panels in the chancel. The Four Evangelists are located in the sanctuary, seated with scrolls, with their symbols depicted below. On the north side of the chancel, a panel shows the figures of Peter and Paul, and the epistles of James and Jude are symbolised by fishing nets. Vine motifs are added above the figures. The three seated figures hold scrolls, with their symbols below.

technique: sgraffito

artist: Heywood Sumner

Church of St Mary, Llanfair Cilgedin, Monmouthshire
south wall of the sanctuary





 

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