Stained Glass of St Peter Parmentergate Church, Norwich
The windows in St Peter Parmentergate are uniform, on both sides of the church. They are built in the 15th century Perpendicular style. The majority of the stained glass dates from the nineteenth century when the restoration of the glass was part of an Anglo Catholic revival which encompassed all aspects of the interior.
The church is dominated by the Alexander Gibbs’ East window which is typical of their work portraying “gentle faced figures in gaudy clothes of somewhat discordant colour” Needless to say it is not to everyone’s taste !
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To learn more about the church visit : www.norwichchurches.co.uk