Left: Whole window. Right: Middle two panels of the two right-hand windows.
, attributed to Clayton & Bell. 1887 (see Eberhard). This was one of the church's original windows, along with the firm's east and west windows, so it is rather unlikely that it would have been the work of any other firm, even apart from its stylistic similarities. It is a vivid depiction of the episode in which Jesus raises Lazarus from his tomb, with the text underneath the climactic part reading, "He cried with a loud voice Lazarus come forth" (John 11, 43). In the right foreground, an angel is helping to support the bemused and shrouded Lazarus, who has been dead for four days. An onlooker in the background is equally amazed.
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- St Peter's, Hersham, Surrey (by J. L. Pearson)
- East window of St Peter's
- West Window of St Peter's
- North aisle (2) window of St Peter's (Miraculous draught of fishes)
- North transept east of St Peter's (Jesus with St Peter)
- South aisle (1) of St Peter's (St Peter cures the crippled man)
- South aisle (2) of St Peter's (St Peter's denial of Christ)
Eberhard, Robert."Stained Glass Windows at St Peter, Hersham, Surrey." Church Stained Glass Windows. Web. 8 July 2014.
Last modified 8 July 2014