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photoblog image Cliffe Castle Museum - Stained glass - 3

Cliffe Castle Museum - Stained glass - 3

 

Another stained glass window, this is one of two from the Temple St. Methodist Chapel in Keighley, commemorating members of the congregation who fell in the Great War.  From the Morris & Co. factory, designed by J. Henry Dearle, and completed in 1921.

 

 

Cliffe Castle Museum - Stained glass - 3

 

Another stained glass window, this is one of two from the Temple St. Methodist Chapel in Keighley, commemorating members of the congregation who fell in the Great War.  From the Morris & Co. factory, designed by J. Henry Dearle, and completed in 1921.

 

 

comments (7)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 15 Sep 2018, 00:46
The sympolism is a bit tricky for me, Tom.
Tom Wilson: Angels welcoming the fallen of WW1
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 15 Sep 2018, 06:37
Another absolutely gorgeous image
Tom Wilson: Very fine, I thought.
This is just beautiful Tom
Tom Wilson: Stunning example of the work of the Morris factory.
This is a magnificent window.
Tom Wilson: It is indeed - a pity it is not in a church.
More typical of a church, surely.
Tom Wilson: Yes, they came from a Methodist chapel.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 15 Sep 2018, 14:31
A very refined stained glass window in memory of the fallen men in the Great War.
Tom Wilson: Indeed - a handsome memorial.
wonderful art in this beautiful stained glass window Tom....petersmile
Tom Wilson: It is indeed, Peter.

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