Medieval East window at Holy Trinity, York


Churches Conservation Trust

Churches Conservation Trust
London, United Kingdom

The East window at Holy Trinity, York, depicts Corpus Christi in its central lights, alongside four
Saints. St George (c.280-303) is shown with a red dragon, St John the Baptist (d. 28–36)
holds a small lamb,St John the Evangelist (c. 6-100) has a winged creature in his cup and St
Christopher (d. 251) looks up to a small figure on his shoulder. The window was donated by Reverend
John Walker (d.1481) a rector of Holy Trinity from 1471. The window contains many small and interesting
details that can be explored for the first time.


  • Title: Medieval East window at Holy Trinity, York
  • Date Created: 1471
  • Location Created: York
  • Type: Stained Glass Window
  • Rights: © The CCT
  • Medium: Stained Glass
  • Photographer: Google
  • Commissioned by: The Churches Conservation Trust

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