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London, St George's, Hanover Square

The 3 east windows originate from one window bought by the church from the Marquess of Ely in 1840. It features a Tree of Jesse with Jesse and 6 kings and prophets in the central window, 2 in each of the thin flanking windows and 2 more in each of the eastern windows of the gallery. At the summit here is the Virgin Mary. God, who was originally at the summit can be seen in St Mary's church Wilton in Somerset click here. The original wasmade by Arnoult de Nijmegen for a church in Antwerp but came from a Carmelite chapel in Holland and dates from 1540. Additions and some modifications and additions by Willement

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