Exeter Cathedral West Window
Acrylic Gouache on Watercolour Paper
76 x 56cm
The great West Window of Exeter Cathedral was created by William Peckitt of York, the leading glass-painter of his day. It was completed in 1767 at enormous cost. It portrayed standing apostles and saints, with the coats of arms of cathedral dignitaries and the Devon families who sponsored the work. The design features a rose design along with a series of panels. The colours are vibrant primary and secondary colours.
Location: Exeter Cathedral