Seven Old Testament Prefigurations of Christ designed by George Hedgeland. 1856. Chapel, Jesus College, Oxford. Photograph Colin Price. I am grateful to the Rev. Mr Colin Bennetts, Chaplain of Jesus College, Oxford, and the Rev. Mr Dennis Whitley, the former Chaplain, for providing me with the date of this stained glass. — George P. Landow
Other views of Hedgeland’s work in the Chapel of Jesus College, Oxford University
- The complete East Window
- Seven Old Testament Prefigurations of Christ
- Christ in Majesty
- The Crucifixion and Brazen Serpent
- The Resurrection and Old Testament Type
- Christ appearing to His Disciples, His Ascension, and Old Testament Types
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Landow, George P. "Word and Image — Typological Uses of Genesis 3:15." Victorian Types, Victorian Shadows; Biblical Typology in Victorian Literature, Art, and Thought. Boston and London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980.
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