St Alphege

Designer: Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898)

Firm: Morris & Co.

Stained glass


St Luke's, Kentish Town, North London

South clerestory

This is one of a pair with St. Edward the Confessor. The listing lext for this Grade II* church explains, "The south clerestory has four windows by William Morris and Company, 1910, stored elsewhere in the building when inspected in 1994; the designs of Sts Alphege and Edward the Confessor taken from figures by Burne-Jones and Sts Thomas of Canterbury and Hugh of Lincoln from Henry Dearle, the glass painters were Glasby and Burrows."

  • St Luke, Kentish Town, North London
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