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Window: 16, Outer North Aisle N (E2) , St Mary, Datchet

Location in Church:
Outer North Aisle N (E2)
2 lights
Size (width x height):
3' 6" x 6' 9" or 1.07m x 2.07m
Parable of the Sower, and Parable of the Pharisee and Publican.
Subject(s) - Notes:
This is the third of 3 windows that together portray 5 parables.
Date Made:
Craftsman - Notes:
This is one of 8 Lavers & Barraud windows in this church
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Robert Eberhard - (see Introduction)
Dedicated to:
F F Hall †1855
Donated by:
His son, H F Hall, Vicar of Datchet. More...
Notes on Window:
Although H F Hall had died 11 years before the window was erected, all 3 Parable windows were fitted in the mid-1860's, once the Outer North Aisle had been built.


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery Quatrefoil
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2 Parable Scenes: Sower on LH light, Pharisee and Publican on RH light
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LH light: Sower: The Sower is seen sowing his seeds
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RH light: Talents: In the background the Pharisee gives thanks for his own righteousness, whilst in the foreground, the publican (or tax collector) berates himself as a sinner
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Base of 2 lights with inscription
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