Vancouver : Museum of Vancouver
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|Creator||Macmillan and Perrin Gallery|
|Title||William Morris windowpane|
|Published||Vancouver : Museum of Vancouver|
|Contributor||Museum of Vancouver|
This panel was formerly part of a series of six two-light windows in the north and south aisles of the church of St. John, at Cloughfold, Rawtenstall, Lancashire, in England. This window was on the north aisle. Two other windows from this side of the aisle, representing St. Andrew and Bartholomew, are now in Christ Church Cathedral, in Vancouver, where this window is also displayed, on loan to the Church since 1985.
stained glass window - figure of St. James in greens and blues, with a red halo; irregular curves on top; glass etched to portray figure realistically; background patterned with flower motif.