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Introducing the exquisite York Minster Rose Window, a true masterpiece of medieval art. This stunning window, located in the south transept of the York Minster cathedral, dates back to the 13th century and features an unusual design that sets it apart from other stained glass windows. Despite its age, the window remains in pristine condition, having been lovingly restored following a devastating fire in the 1980s. Notably, the outer circle of the window is adorned with alternating red and white roses, symbolising both the Lancastrian and Tudor roses; whilst the inner circle contains a sunflower which is a more recent addition (circa 1793). This is a truly unique piece of art that is sure to impress any lover of history and religious art.

York Minster Rose Window

  • York Minster Rose Window
    Acrylic Gouache on Paper
    Framed Size: 74cm x 74cm
    Signed by the Artist
    Includes Certificate of Authenticity

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