St Margaret's Church, Rottingdean, Sussex (UK). Designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and manufactured by Morris and Co.
"Straight ahead, in the East window above the altar, you will see the painted glass windows designed by Edward Burne-Jones (who lived across The Green from the church) and carried out by William Morris, his close friend, who was a frequent visitor to Rottingdean. These windows were given by Burne-Jones to commemorate the wedding here of his daughter Margaret. They depict Gabriel, Michael and Raphael, the three archangels." — Elvi Rhodes
Photograph and text 2006 by Jacqueline Banerjee. [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly and educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL.]
Other Windows in St Margaret's
- Saint Margaret of Antioch
- The Annunciation
- Saint Gabriel
- Saint Michael
- Saint Michael Slaying the Dragon Satan
- Saint Raphael
- Saint Raphael Leading a Child
- Jacob's Dream
- The Tree of Jesse
- St. Veronica and St. George
- St. Martin
- The Blessed Virgin Mary
Eberhard, Robert. "Church Stained Glass Windows" Viewed 10 December 2006.
Rhodes, Elvi. Rottingdean: A Short Guide to Saint Margaret's Church and the Village. Rottingdean, 2001. Available at the church.
Last modified 5 June 2020