Joseph Reubens

Carver from Bruges. Joseph Reubens found refuge at Highmead, Llanwenog, during the First World War. With his patrons Herbert and Mary-Davies Evans, he worked on the adornment of the church at Llanwenog.

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 'Llanllwni's' Lost Chalice 'Llanllwni's' Lost Chalice
designer: Mary Davies-Evans
artist: Joseph Reubens
about 1914-1919
Church of St Gwenog, Llanwenog, Ceredigion
south side of the nave
  Bible with Cross Emblem Bible with Cross Emblem
designer: Mary Davies-Evans
artist: Joseph Reubens
about 1914-1919
Church of St Gwenog, Llanwenog, Ceredigion
south side of the nave
  The Good Shepherd The Good Shepherd
designer: Mary Davies-Evans
artist: Joseph Reubens
about 1917
Church of St Gwenog, Llanwenog, Ceredigion
nave
  Sowing and Ploughing Sowing and Ploughing
designer: Mary Davies-Evans
artist: Joseph Reubens
about 1917
Church of St Gwenog, Llanwenog, Ceredigion
nave
 The Lord My Light The Lord My Light
designer: Mary Davies-Evans
artist: Joseph Reubens
about 1917
Church of St Gwenog, Llanwenog, Ceredigion
choir




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