Baptismal font with canopy, St James the Less, Westminster, by G. E. Street
Baptismal font with canopy, St James the Less, Westminster

Baptismal font with canopy

1861

G. E. Street's St James the Less, Westminster

Vauxhall Bridge Road, London

  • Front elevation
  • Part of the east wall, exterior
  • Adam and Eve rondels
  • Main door
  • Interior with 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
  • Chancel wall Venetian glass mosaic by G. F. Watts (replacing his earlier mural here)
  • Stone pulpit
  • St James the Less (stained glass)
  • Parable of the Sower Capital
  • Wall plaque
  • Photograph and text Jacqueline Banerjee

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