Following recent reflection (possibly navel gazing) and specific reflection on my stained glass related posts, I am trying to be more selective and focused in posting pictures from specific Churches.
Our Lady of the Assumption’s in Newcastle has some “traditional” windows typical of the late 19th Century, and some more unusual and distinctive ones. I don’t have anything against “traditional” windows (a post may come on on this) but for this post I will focus on some of the more unusual ones:
I especially liked this Holy Family image:
Here is a window of King David, which seems to have been made in Tours in France: