Winchester Cathedral West Window
Winchester Cathedral West Window

Winchester Cathedral West Window
Acrylic Gouache on Paper
56x76cm

This stunning stained glass window is made up of fragments of medieval glass that have been put together randonly following the destruction of the original panes by Oliver Cromwell's army during the civil war in 1642.

The result of this randomised piecing together of broken glass creates a striking mosaic effect. The strong angular lines and bold, primary colours also capture an aspect of Mondrian's work, making it appear more contemporary than it truly is.

Winchester Cathedral West Window

Winchester Cathedral West Window
Acrylic Gouache on Paper
56x76cm

This stunning stained glass window is made up of fragments of medieval glass that have been put together randonly following the destruction of the original panes by Oliver Cromwell's army during the civil war in 1642.

The result of this randomised piecing together of broken glass creates a striking mosaic effect. The strong angular lines and bold, primary colours also capture an aspect of Mondrian's work, making it appear more contemporary than it truly is.