Thursday 2 September 2010

Eight stained glass windows from Hereford Cathedral in High resolution

Eight of the stained glass windows in Hereford Cathedral are made available as high resolution images that can be downloaded by those interested in this art form.

The windows are listed in roughly chronological order here as they appear in the miltoncontact picasa web album, which can be accessed through the sideshow above.
  • Fragments of 14th century medieval and modern glass in the south wall of the nave. 
  • East Window of the Lady Chapel, designed by Nockalls Johnson Cottingham in 1852 and made by made by C A Gibbs of London. 
  • North Transept, design John Hardman of Birmingham1864. 
  • South Transept, by Charles Eamer Kempe in 1895. 
  • West Window, made by Clayton & Bell 1902, Commissioned by the women of Herfordshire to commemorate Queen Victoria in 1902. 
  • South aisle of the nave – in memory of Frances Leigh, window by Powell 1910. 
  • South aisle of the nave – King Charles I granting a Charter for the city of Hereford, 1920 by Powells of Whitefriars. 
  • Audley Chapel – Traherne Windows, by Tom Denny, 2007. 
The eight windows are described individually and in detail in separate articles, links below 
Some initial references: 

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