Ironwork around churchyard designed by G. E. Street for St James the Less, Westminster. 1861. Vauxhall Bridge Road, London. Photograph and text Jacqueline Banerjee [You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print one.]
- Part of the east wall, exterior
- Main door, with columned porch and elaborately carved stonework
- Interior, showing east windows by Clayton and Bell
- Altar, showing Street's richly detailed east wall
- Ironwork by the choir stalls
- Ironwork screen to the side of the pulpit
- Carved stone pulpit by Thomas Earp
- Chancel wall Venetian glass mosaic by G. F. Watts (replacing his earlier mural here)
- Stained glass window by Clayton and Bell, depicting St James the Less
- Column, marble on stone, with parable ("The Sower") carved into the stone, capital (according to Speel) "apparently by W. Pearce"
- Decorative column with stencilling at the base
- Marble font with highly decorative ironwork canopy and surround
- Wall plaque to Dr James Monk's daughters, who founded the church
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Watkins, Philip. The Church and Its History: St James the Less (1994; 8-page pamphlet available at the church).
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Last modified 15 February 2008