Sunday, 22 February 2015

Antependia And Stained-Glass Window Designed By Charles Eamer Kempe.



Altar Frontal (Antependium) designed by Charles Eamer Kempe.
Illustration: MEDIEVAL CHURCH ART



Altar Frontal (Antependium) designed by Charles Eamer Kempe.
Illustration: MEDIEVAL CHURCH ART



Altar Frontal (Antependium) designed by Charles Eamer Kempe.
Illustration: MEDIEVAL CHURCH ART



Altar Frontal (Antependium) designed by Charles Eamer Kempe.
Illustration: MEDIEVAL CHURCH ART



Stained-Glass Window in The West Window of The South Transept of Bristol Cathedral, featuring, from left, King Alfred the Great, the writer Richard Hakluyt, the Priest and Theologian Richard Hooker, and the Playwright and Poet William Shakespeare. The entry on the window in the Cathedral's Inventory reads as follows:
Inv. no.22; M.S. S12. Window, South Transept; West Window; English; C.E. Kempe, circa 1905. Stained- and Painted-Glass. 1a. ALFREDUS REX, holding scroll, 1b. RICARDUS HAKLUYT PREB, 1c. RICARD HOOKER PREB, 1d. GULIELMUS SHAKESPEARE. In the Transom, Tudor Roses and the Sun in splendour. 2a. King David with Harp and Scroll: CANTATE..., 2b. EZRA SCRIBA DEI,
2c. S.LUCAS EVAN, 2d. S.PAULUS APOST. In the Tracery, Angel Musicians.
In Memory of Alfred Ainger, Canon 1887–1903.
Date: Circa 1905.
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