Sunday, 7 September 2014

Chester Cathedral's Stained-Glass Windows.



Chester Cathedral's Nativity Window,
in the Chapel of Saint Werburgh,
by Michael O'Connor (1853).
Photo: 24 June 2009.
Source: Own work.
Author: Hystfield.
(Wikimedia Commons)



The Chancel Window, Chester Cathedral,
The subject is Jesus, Saviour of the World.
It is a Trinity Window, with the Name of God, the Lamb of God and the Holy Spirit,
represented in the Upper Tracery. The Main Central Light shows God as High Priest,
holding the Infant Jesus. From left to right, the other figures are
Saint Joseph, The Blessed Virgin, Saint Anna and Simeon.
Photo: 24 June 2009.
Source: Own work.
Author: Hystfield.
(Wikimedia Commons)


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