St James the Less
Clayton and Bell
G. E. Street's St James the Less, Westminster
Vauxhall Bridge Road, London
St James the Less was built as a tribute to Dr James Monk, first Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol, by his three daughters. Top-class craftsmen were chosen: the firm of Clayton and Bell, responsible for the stained glass, were the firm often used by George Gilbert Scott.
Photograph and text Jacqueline Banerjee
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