Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches

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Window: 08, West, St Paul, Bledlow Ridge

Location in Church:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
6' 7" x 13' 7" or 2.01m x 4.14m
Date Made:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Buildings of England: Buckinghamshire, N Pevsner & E Williamson, 1994
Donated by:
Louise McMorran, of Pound Scots, Bledlow Ridge, for many years a churchwarden of this parish, 1st March 1968
Notes on Window:
John Piper's abstract design of discs and oblongs runs across the 3 main lights and 3 quatrefoils in the tracery above. That was a theme in some of his large windows. Piper wrote "The function (the flesh and blood and bones of stained glass , its whole being) is to qualify light and to intensify atmosphere in a room or a building, not necessarily to produce colour or a message".


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