Christ with Children Brought by their Mothers and the Baptism of Christ

  Christ with Children Brought by their Mothers and the Baptism of Christ

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1898

Large five-light window with two main scenes occupying the three central lights. Above, Christ is seated among a group of women, children and disciples; below, John the Baptist baptises Christ in the river, the dove of the Holy Spirit above, amid a crowd of men and women. These main scenes are flanked by: (above left) the Christ-child adored by shepherds with Mary and Joseph; (above right) the Christ-child with Simeon and Mary in the temple, a kneeling girl below with two doves; (below left) Christ discovered by Mary and Joseph with the doctors of the law in the temple; (below right) Mary led away from Golgotha by John. Angels and seraphim in the tracery.

technique: stained glass

firm/studio: W. G. Taylor

Cathedral Church of St John Evangelist, Brecon, Powys
west wall of the nave

Given in memory of Herbert Williams, who for 52 years was vicar of the parish.




 

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Christ with Children, the Adoration of the Shepherds and the Presentation in the Temple: Christ with Children Brought by their Mothers and the Baptism of ChristThe Baptism of Christ, Christ with the Doctors and St John leading the Virgin Mary from the Cross: Christ with Children Brought by their Mothers and the Baptism of Christ

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References

Richard Haslam, The Buildings of Wales: Powys (Harmondsworth/Cardiff: 1979), p. 291.




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