The abbey church of Saint-Taurin in Evreux contains three mid 15th century stained glass windows in the apse that tell the story of Saint Taurin, the first bishop of Evreux.
These stained glass windows by Max Ingrand are on the south aisle of the church of Saint-Taurin in Evreux. They depict Abraham sacrificing Isaac, The Mass, and the uncommon theme of Christ in the Wine Press.
Christopher Whall (1849-1924), studied art at the Royal Academy Schools where he became influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites. After leaving the Royal Academy in 1879 he specialized in stained glass, working for John Powell & sons as a designer, but started his own company when he wanted to learn the whole craft of stained glass making.