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Window: H, W end S, St Teresa (RC), Princes Risborough

Location in Church:
W end S
Type:
3 Lights
Size (width x height):
4' 7" x 1' 4" or 1.40m x 0.40m
Window Size - Notes:
Each individual light is the same size.
Subject(s):
Fish, continuing the theme of WATER from window G.
Subject(s) - Notes:
These windows are rather more abstract than the other 9 Nuttgens 'Water windows' which all illustrate specific scenes from the Scriptures.
Date Made:
1999
Craftsman:
Craftsman - Notes:
Joseph Nuttgens was a Parishioner of St Teresa's church.
Sources for Dates & Craftsmen:
Church Guides.
Dedicated to:
Installed for new Millennium.
Donated by:
Donations from Parishioners.
Notes on Window:
This window is in area which was originally above the entrance vestibule, and was used for the organ and choir. It is not possible to see them inside, but when lit from inside, they can be seen from the outside in the dark. In fact, they meet the original architect's wishes that his series of windows set high around the church could be seen as a beacon of light at the western entrance to the town of Princes Risborough. More...

 


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Window in Situ, from outside
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Overall View of Glass, group of 3 lights, from interior.
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Detail of Centre light. The fish continue the theme of WATER from the Nuttgens windows on the same side of the church, window G. In this window, the fish are swimming in formation up each side.
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Detail of RH light. In the outer lights the fish are swimming in a more random fashion.
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View from exterior of window lit at night.
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