Buckinghamshire Stained Glass

Stained glass window 710 in St Mary the Virgin, Addington

Maker: Flemish     Year: 16th & 17th c.

Location: N Transept N (E)     Type: Roundels

Attribution: CG

Subject: Lot and angels, Joseph departing for Egypt; A mythological feast;
Joseph received by Potiphar; Allegory, the Summons of Death;
Samson kills the Lion; Daniel and the Dragon with Cyrus

Comments: More than 60 roundels, collected by 1st Lord Addington, and restored by Michael Farrar-Bell in the 1970's. See Records of Bucks, Vol XXII, 1980 and William Cole's catalogue of Netherlands & North European Roundels in Britain, OUP 1993. (Last roundel formerly thought to be St George, not Daniel.)

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