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Window: 09, N Aisle E, St Mary the Virgin, Drayton Beauchamp

Location in Church:
N Aisle E
Type:
3 lights
Size (width x height):
4' 6" x 6' 11" or 1.38m x 2.10m
Subject(s):
Suffer the little children
Date Made:
1892
Craftsman:
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Buildings of England: Buckinghamshire, N Pevsner & E Williamson, 1994
Dedicated to:
This window was dedicated to members of the Griffin family who had died around 70 years previously. Window 03 at the end of the S Aisle is similarly to Griffins who had died around 100 years previously.
Donated by:
James Griffin of Drayton Lodge. More...

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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3 lights: Main figures which make one scene across the whole window.
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LH light: Two disciples (with John on the right), a woman, and 3 children.
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Centre light: Jesus with his right hand raised in blessing, a small child kneels on his knee, and another on the ground.
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RH light: Two more Disciples (presumably), a woman with very long golden hair holds up a baby, and a child stands in front.
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3 lights: Canopies across the top of the window.
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3 lights: Quotation and Inscription across base of the window.
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