The Chapel, Brasenose Chapel
Once edited, this window lent itself to having the tie bars removed digitally – something I have not done for a little while as there have been a surprising large number of windows for which the tie bars are so much part of the windows design.The window featured here is a memorial for Richard Harington, Principal of the College (1842-53) who is buried in the antechapel. Located in the chancel on the south side, it is one of the most recent within the chapel and features a host of biblical references. Within the tracery, the roundel depicts Dives and Lazarus. The three lights illustrate The Last Supper; Abraham and Melchisedek; The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes; The Crucifixion, and The Sacrifice of Isaac.
Vincenti dabo ei edere de ligno vitae
To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life
IN MEMORIAM RICHARDI HARINGTON S.T.P. PRINCIPALIS OBIIT DECEM:13.1853
In memory of Richard Harington, Professor of Sacred Theology, Principal, Died December:13.1853
- Canon EOS-1D X Mark II
- Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM
- 85mm | ISO-50 | f/8.0
- Exposure range: 1/25sec – 2sec
The image is the result of the exposure blending by hand of 18 separate images.