23-03-1864: St Luke’s Church, Richmond, Tasmania.

Artist/Studio: Michael and Arthur O’Connor, Oxford-street, London, c.1864.
Location: Richmond, Tasmania, Australia.
Building: St Luke’s Church.
Memorial: N/A.
Photos dated: 9th October 2010.

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The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Wednesday 23rd March 1864, page 3.

“A new stained glass window has just been completed in Richmond church. It is of great beauty, and reflects very much credit upon the makers, M. and A. O’Connor, of Oxford-street, London. The designs are carried out in a most faithful manner, and the figures are naturally and gracefully drawn. The subjects are intended to illustrate three verses of “The Te Deum.” First, “The glorious company of the Apostles praise Thee.” Second, “The goodly fellowship of the Prophets praise Thee.” Third, “The noble army of Martyrs praise Thee.” The tracery is filled in with appropriate symbols and emblems. The funds for the window have been raised chiefly by the exertions of young persons in collection small subscriptions.

St Luke’s Richmond, three light stained glass window in stalled in 1864 over the Holy table illustrating three verses in the Te Deum – the glorious company of the Apostles, the goodly fellowship of the Prophets, and the noble army of Martyrs to the glory of St Luke’s Church.

Also see: 23-01-1850: St John the Baptist, Buckland, Tasmania.

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