Catherine appears way, way up at the top of a 15th-century window in
the church of St Mary, Oswestry, in Shropshire. It's a tiny image and a
long way away, hence a bitdistorted in this photograph. ||From St Peter's |
Church, Petersfield in
Hampshire - I'm
guessing early 1900s.
|A 19th-century window |
image from St John's,
Farncombe, Surrey - again
very small, and presenting
Catherine as one of a trio
of virgin martyr saints
along with Dorothy and
|This absolutely magnificent |
image of Catherine comes from
the church at Witley in Surrey,
and was made by the Hardman
company about 1910, a
beautiful example of the style
of its day.
|A radiant 15th-century |
Catherine from the church of
Old Radnor, Radnorshire. I
read about this and made a
special stop on a long journey
to see it - and was rather upset
at not finding it in the church
until I peered into the vestry
and there it was!
|A Victorian window showing Catherine (on the left) with a group of other virgin martyrs (Margaret and Cecilia, |
since you ask, though there is also a chap behind them who I can't identify). From Derby Cathedral.
|A tiny 15th-century window from the |
church at Salle, Norfolk.
|From Salle again, |
a window from about 1910. She
looks like she's wearing an
|This rather sumptuous early |
20th-century window from
Norwich Cathedral is a
memorial to a group of sisters
who worshipped there.
|From the 15th-century chancel |
screen at North Walsham, Norfolk, now rather ignominiously hidden
behind the pulpit.
the Accademia in Florence - the only representation I've ever seen of Catherine
standing on her wheel.||From
the Accademia in Florence. I like the armillary sphere. ||Embroidery
from the V&A in London||Embroidery
from the V&A.||An
ivory from the V&A showing Catherine in prison. It's nice that the Holy
Spirit is delivering her a Host, but it does rather look as though God the
Father is vomiting him down the walls of the castle.|
| In the east window of the Fitzalan Chapel, Arundel||In the north aisle of York Minster - a 14th-century window||A second window from York Minster, this time from the Chapter House, and perhaps a bit earlier - 13th-century||From
the 1870s restoration of St Peter's Church, Hascombe, Surrey - on the
wall behind the altar, and very, very hard to see, right against the
floor||In the chapel of St Catherine's School, Bramley, Surrey, early twentieth-century|
|Embroidery at St Catherine's School, Bramley, Surrey||Wooden statue in the chapel at St Catherine's School, Bramley||Stone statuette at St Catherine's School, Bramley||At Leicester Cathedral - perhaps 1930s or maybe even later||At Truro Cathedral - 19th century|
|Keeping St Ursula company, in a Victorian window from Luxulyan Parish Church, Cornwall|