Index of Tudor Stained Glass

Ascension, Descent into Hell

 

These panels from the 'Magnificat' window (1501) at Malvern Priory depict the Archangel Michael on the left. On the top right is Jesus ascent into Heaven, whilst the bottom right panel shows the damned descent into hell.

 

Magnificat Window

 

This window in the North transept of Great Malvern Priory was a gift from Henry VII in 1501. Containing scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary and the life of Christ., it is known as the Magnificat window because it contains the Song of Mary from Luke 1:46-55.

 

 

Coronation of the Virgin

 

This detail of the Magnificat window (1501) at Great Malvern Priory, spans three lights and represents the Coronation of the Virgin.

 

 

Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon - Coughton, Warwickshire

 

 

Tracery lights containing the Arms of Henry VII and Catherine of Aragon.

 

 

 

Donors - Stanford on Avon, Northamptonshire

Donors Stanford on Avon

 

 

The roundels are late C15 to early C16. The figures of the donor family are mid C16 and probably come from Stanford Hall.