The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four Evangelists

  The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four Evangelists

Photo © Martin Crampin

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1967

Five single-light windows.

technique: dalle de verre

firm/studio: John Hardman Studios
designer: Patrick Feeny

Church of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, Dolgellau, Gwynedd
sanctuary apse

The church was the one at which the artist and his family worshipped while on holiday, which no doubt gave rise to the commission.




 

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Winged Man, Symbol of St Matthew: The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four EvangelistsWinged Lion, Symbol of St Mark: The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four EvangelistsDove of the Holy Spirit Descending: The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four EvangelistsEagle, Symbol of St John: The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four EvangelistsWinged Ox, Symbol of St Luke: The Dove of the Holy Spirit and the Symbols of the Four Evangelists

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Further reading

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), pp. 278–9.

Michael Fisher, Hardman of Birmingham, Goldsmith and Glasspainter (Ashbourne: Landmark Publishing, 2008), p. 168.

References

Richard Haslam, Julian Orbach and Adam Voelcker, The Buildings of Wales: Gwynedd (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009), p. 587.




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Photo © Martin Crampin


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