The Four Evangelists with Saints and Angels

  The Four Evangelists with Saints and Angels

Photo © Martin Crampin

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about 1919

Set of four two-light windows with standing figures beneath roundels depicting angels. Figures of saints from left to right: Agnes, George, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Maurice and Cecilia.

technique: stained glass

firm/studio: Samuel Evans & Co.

Church of St Matthew, Newport
east wall of the sanctuary

Given in memory of the members of the congregation who fought in the First World War.

Cartoons of at least some of these eight figures survive at Sandwell Community History and Archive Services, Smethwick.





 

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St Agnes and St George: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Matthew the Evangelist and St Mark the Evangelist: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Luke the Evangelist and St John the Evangelist: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Maurice and St Cecilia: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Agnes: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt George: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Matthew the Evangelist: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Mark the Evangelist: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Luke the Evangelist: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt John the Evangelist: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Maurice: The Four Evangelists with Saints and AngelsSt Cecilia: The Four Evangelists with Saints and Angels

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Further reading

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), p. 207.

Martin Crampin, Samuel Evans & Co windows in Maindee, Newport (2017).

References

John Newman, The Buildings of Wales: Gwent/Monmouthshire (London/Cardiff: 2000), p. 432.




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Photo © Martin Crampin


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