East Stained Glass Window Dunblane Cathedral Stirlingshire Scotland
Tour Scotland video of the East Stained Glass Window in Dunblane Cathedral, near Stirling, Stirlingshire. The Great East Window of the Choir was designed by Charles Eamer Kempe of London in 1901 - regarded as one of the finest of Victorian stained glass artists, a gift of Mrs Hay in memory of her husband John Alexander Hay of Cheltenham and his mother. The four central lights are divided into eight panels, showing, from bottom left, Gethsemane, the trial, Jesus carrying the cross, the crucifixion, the burial, the appearance to Mary of Magdala, the Emmaus meal and the charge to Peter. Each side light shows four Old Testament prophets, bringing into unity the scriptural testimony to Christ. On the north side from the top are David, Micah, Isaiah and Jeremiah, while on the south are Jonah, Ezekiel, Hosea and Zechariah.