Red House, tall narrow window on the eatern front

Stained Glass

Philip Speakmann Webb


Morris's Red House

Bexleyheath, Greater London

The stained-glass windows here are some of the earliest that we have by Morris, with figures designed by Burne-Jones, and "stylised birds and flowers designed by Webb following 15th-century examples" (Red House 15). The figure here probably represents Love. It is much better seen from the inside, where, however, photography is not permitted.

Photograph, caption, and commentary by Jacqueline Banerjee, 2009. With special thanks to Sally Roberson of the National Trust at Red House.

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