St John and St Joseph of Arimathea

  St John and St Joseph of Arimathea

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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1884

Two-light window.

technique: stained glass
size: 38 cm (width of each light) [approx]

Church of St Michael, Forden, Powys
south wall of the chancel

Probably by Clayton and Bell. It is a companion piece to the window depicting Mary and Mary Magdalene.

Given in memory of Mary Langford & William & Henry Edward, daughter and sons of Richard and Mary Morris by their sister Anne Morris & Eliza Hickman, 1884.


The apostle John shown with his traditional symbol, the poisoned chalice. The panels show the dead Jesus being laid in Joseph of Arimaethea's new tomb, and Joseph himself pleading before Pilate for the body.



 

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St John and St Joseph of ArimatheaJoseph of Arimathea asks for Christ's Body and Jesus is laid in the Tomb: St John and St Joseph of Arimathea

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