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Window: 21, Old N Aisle W, St Mary, Aylesbury

Location in Church:
Old N Aisle W
Type:
2 lights
Subject(s):
The Annunciation, Presentation in the Temple, Flight into Egypt.
Subject(s) - Notes:
We presume that the image in the Tracery Light shows the Flight into Egypt.
Date Made:
late 1850's
Dedicated to:
Henry Chaplin de Veulle & Laura Blanch de Veulle. More...
Notes on Window:
This is one of 4 windows which had their lower parts obscured when a first floor was added to both the Nave Aisles in the late 1970s.

 


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Window in Situ - The lower part was hidden when an upper floor was added to the N Aisle in the late 1970s.
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Window in Situ (exterior)
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Overall View of Glass, image constructed by looking down behind organ pipes.
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Overall view of glass from exterior
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Tracery light with Mary and the baby Jesus on a donkey, presumably portraying "The Flight into Egypt".
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Tracery light - closer view of Mary and the baby Jesus.
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LH light - "The Annunciation", only the top part is visible.
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RH light - "Presentation of Jesus in the Temple at Jerusalem", only the top part is visible.
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View of visible parts of glass looking down behind organ pipes.
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