Here are some pics Rona took of 20th century stained glass on her holiday in Scotland, summer 2004:
Please GIVE the pictures TIME TO LOAD...
Hendrie: A wee bagpiping angel! He did quite a few of these (naturally, cos heaven must be stowed with Scots) but this one is in Biggar. 1930s
McCartney : In the same church as the Wilson, an extremely nice window showing the seasons. 1990s
McLellan: One of two of her windows in West Linton, one devoted to "Sacrifice" and this one to "Peace". 1967
Strachan: a set of three little windows showing the Magi, the shepherds and the stable in a delightful little church in Yarrow. 1927
One of several windows in the ceiling of Broughton church, with nothing to show the designer/maker.
Wilson: The bottom of a window in Biggar showing local hills (though they weren't quite that colour when we were there) 1950s
Mary: Just came across her in a church and thought she was lovely. No signature.
Stobo:The symbol of the Church of Scotland in a small fascinating church at Stobo (it is opposite a window depicting the conversion of Merlin by St Kentigern!)
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