Scenes from the Resurrection of Christ

  Scenes from the Resurrection of Christ

Photo © Martin Crampin

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Five-light window with five principal scenes. Flanking the Ascension at the centre are scenes of Peter and John, and the three women, at the empty tomb. On the right, Christ meets Mary Magdalene and Christ with the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. The twelve disciples (including Matthias) are depicted in the tracery, with Marcella, Asaph, the pelican in her piety and the Agnus Dei.

technique: stained glass
size: 56 cm (width of each light)
artist: Henry Gustave Hiller

Church of St Marcella, Llanfarchell, Denbighshire
east wall of the south nave

Signed by the artist.

Dedication: 'This window is dedicated to the honour and glory of God and in loving and grateful memory of their beloved parents by Cecil Wray Harrison and Elizabeth Frances his wife of "Goppa" Denbigh. Erected 1918. "Their children arise and call them blessed" '. The quote is adapted from Proverbs 31:28.


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St Peter and St John at the Empty Tomb: Scenes from the Resurrection of ChristThe Three Women at the Empty Tomb and the Ascension: Scenes from the Resurrection of ChristThe Risen Christ Appearing to St Mary Magdalene: Scenes from the Resurrection of ChristThe Road to Emmaus: Scenes from the Resurrection of Christ

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Further reading

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), p. 179.

View this object on the Stained Glass in Wales Catalogue

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