Monday, January 12, 2009

Holy Trinity Sloan Square + Tate Britain

Made a visit to Holy Trinity Sloan Square this morning. The West Window (seen in the link) is spectacular. Then off to Tate Britain to see the Millais "Christ in the house of his parents" -- the details of which are wonderful including the sheep crowding around the door at the top left!
On loan from the Ponce Museum of Art in Puerto Rico is the Burne-Jones' "Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon" together with Frederic Lord Leighton's "Flaming June" (1895). We have a copy of the latter in our apartment.

1 comment:

Mark said...

I love Holy Trinity Sloan Square: the Cathedral of the Arts & Crafts Movement. Hope you enjoyed worshiping there!

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