Deignton Windows










The last pair of windows, called the Deighton windows date from 1964. The light on the left is based on a drawing of Christ of the Apocalypse attributed to Brother William, a contemporary of St Francis and one of his English followers; the original drawing is in the British Museum. The light on the right depicts St Francis of Assisi receiving the Stigmata, the marks of the wounds of Christ, while at his feet a cloak falls to the ground in a cruciform manner.

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