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Bristol Cathedral has a rich history, founded in the 12th century and rebuilt in the English Decorated Gothic style in the 14th century. The stained glass in the cathedral was mostly replaced during the Victorian era or after World War II, but some of the original 14th century glass has survived and can still be seen today. The Rose Window, created in 1877, has recently undergone restoration, bringing new life to this beautifulwork of art. The window depicts Christ in Majesty, surrounded by 12 pairs of musician angels in the inner circle of lights. In the outer cinquefoils, you'll find personifications of Fine Arts, Painting, Navigation, Justine, and Welfare. The intricate details of this painted interpretation are a testament to the skill and craftsmanship of the artist. Display this beautiful piece in your home or office and enjoy its beauty for years to come.

Bristol Cathedral Rose Window

  • Bristol Cathedral Rose Window

    Acrylic Gouache on Paper

    Framed Size: 73 x 73cm

    Signed by the Artist

    Includes Certificate of Authenticity

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