Stained-glass windows close-up

Here are some photographs of stained glass from around the country with a magnifier to zoom in. This enables a viewer on a mobile device or a smaller screen to zoom in to see details while appreciating a view of the entire window.

Hover over the images and use the magnifier to see close-up
* on a mobile device use your finger to roll over the image with the magnifier – it can take a few moments for the magnifier to initialise but it’s worth the wait!

St. John’s Leeds. East window of Harrison Chapel – the Good Works of John Harrison. This panel shows Harrison directing the masons constructing the church for which he paid. Window manufactured by Burlison & Grylls in 1886.
All Saints’ Church, Bolton Percy, North Yorkshire, dated to 1424
Minton Tiles and East Window from the South Aisle Chapel
at Holy Trinity Coverham, North Yorkshire

St. Stephen’s Church, Copley, West Yorkshire – West Window by Hardman of Birmingham. This window shows the Baptism of Christ, Noah, and the Parting of the Red Sea (1865-70)

The east window at St. John the Baptist, Kirby Wiske, North Yorkshire dates to 1876 and is by Capronnier

Holy Trinity Goodramgate, York – the east window dates to 1471 and was paid for by the rector, Revd. John Walker

The Robert de Semar donor panel in St. Martin’s Coney Street, York, 1430s
Stamford, Lincolnshire – All Saints’, west window of 1888 by Clayton and Bell, patron: Mr. Edward Ingersoll Brown of Boston Massachusetts, USA

Photographs (c) Graham White