Gloucester Cathedral - East Window

walwyn Sat, 07/19/2014 - 00:22
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The east window at Gloucester Cathedral was created as part of the rebuilding of the abbey church of St Peter. Built in the Perpendicular style it was the largest window in Europe. The decorative scheme portrays the Coronation of the Virgin, surrounded by saints and angel. The glass mostly dates from the 1350s.