The Adoration of the Lamb
William Butterfield, Designer
Arthur O'Connor, painter and manufacturer
According to Michael Kerney, who explains the complex amd often conflicted history of the stained glass in Butterfield's masterpiece, “In 1910 [The Adoration of the Lamb] was entirely hidden from view behind a new and enlarged organ and boarded up externally. It was re-exposed only in 1996 and extracted from the outside. . . . it was reset in the baptistery (west window of tower) where the three-light Gérente window had been blown out in the war.” To fit its present position, portions of the top and bottom, includng figurative panels, had to be removed.
Photograph by George P. Landow
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