(1490W) City of God

City of God 
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Published:Spraker, Eileen C. “Schoonover’s Art.” Wilmington (DE) Evening Journal, 18 August 1972: 31.
caption: “The Holy City” window above the altar at Immanuel Episcopal Church has no figures. The window was inspired by Dr. William H. Laird, Immanuel’s second rector from 1913 to 1919. It has rich golden accents symbolizing the joyous feeling of life over the Holy City, and Schoonover said of it at the time it was done, “There is always the opportunity of reading into this mosaic of glass your own interpretation – if you care to make it a personal venture.”

Loux, Nancy M. The Stained Glass Windows of Immanuel Church, Highlands. Wilmington, DE: Immanuel Episcopal Church, Highlands, 1996: #1. [not pictured]

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Commentary:This window was completed by D’Ascenzo Studios and dedicated on All Saints Day in 1926. It was given in memory of Dr. Laird, the rector of the church from 1913 to 1919, by his brothers.
Provenance:Immanuel Church, Highlands, Wilmington, Delaware

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