DescriptionChapel of the Ascension window by Leonard C Evetts (1962): "Thanks be to God for the preservation of this Cathedral in time of war 1939 -1945". "The Chapel of the Ascension in the south aisle is dominated by an outstanding five light window by Leonard Evetts. The outer lights are on Old Testament themes, while the Ascension of Our Lord occupies the middle lights. The whole composition is drawn together by a huge chalice that extends across all five lights. The restricted colour palette, beautiful glasses and elegant glass painting are typical of Evetts, most of whose work can be found in the north-east." https://www.visitstainedglass.uk/location/newcastle-cathedral-tyne-wear" rel="noreferrer nofollow">www.visitstainedglass.uk/location/newcastle-cathedral-tyn... Leonard Evetts: https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/speccoll/2020/06/08/letting-in-the-light-the-leonard-evetts-archive-2/" rel="noreferrer nofollow">blogs.ncl.ac.uk/speccoll/2020/06/08/letting-in-the-light-... Newcastle Cathedral is the only English Cathedral which is dedicated to St Nicholas. History: https://newcastlecathedral.org.uk/learn/history-and-heritage/history-of-the-cathedral/" rel="noreferrer nofollow">newcastlecathedral.org.uk/learn/history-and-heritage/hist...
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