Designs for a stained glass window in the chapel, Fulham Palace, London: the kneeling figure of St Peter
|Architect/Designer||Comper, Sir John Ninian (1864-1960)|
|Artist/Photographer||Comper, Sir John Ninian (1864-1960)|
|Library Reference||COMP 4/A|
|Subject||Palaces ; Chapels|
NOTES: The current chapel in Fulham Palace (known as the Tait Chapel) was designed by William Butterfield (1867). Following damage in World War II Bishop Wand commissioned alterations and additions in the 1950s, among which was the east window by Comper.The figures of Our Lord and a kneeling St Peter appear in the central light of the completed window.
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