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Window: 17, Outer North Aisle N (E) , St Mary, Datchet

Location in Church:
Outer North Aisle N (E)
Type:
2 lights
Size (width x height):
4' 6" x 10' 2" or 1.36m x 3.10m
Subject(s):
Christ Enthroned, Resurrection, Ascension.
Date Made:
1861
Craftsman:
Craftsman Notes:
This window is the earliest of the 10 O'Connor windows in this church, and has a distinctive Italian Renaissance style.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Builder: 08/Jun/1861
Dedicated to:
John Crake †1859. More...
Donated by:
His widow, Mary Anne Crake. More...
Notes on Window:
This window is larger than the others in the Outer N Aisle, as it is in an earlier bay, built to give support to the tower.

 


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Window in Situ
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Overall View of Glass
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Tracery: Christ Enthroned
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Two main lights: The Resurrection and the Ascension
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LH light: Resurrection Scene
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LH light: Resurrection Scene: Close up of Christ
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LH light: Resurrection Scene: Close up of Soldiers guarding the tomb
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RH light: Ascension Scene
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RH light: Ascension Scene: Close up of Christ
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RH light: Ascension Scene: Close up of Mary and Apostles watching the Ascension
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Inscription at base of window
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Plaque below window, in memory of John Crake's wife Mary Anne Crake, who died in 1900, 40 years after her husband
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