This is the design for the circular tracery light above the central panel of the East Window at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. It was used again in the large tracery light of the chancel East Window of St. Olaf's Church, Gatcombe, Isle of Wight in 1865 (Sewter calls this the 'Agnus Dei Window').

  • Presented by Charles Fairfax Murray, 1910.
  • © Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Association Artist Organisation
Artist Sir Edward Burne-Jones -


Catalogue No. Venue Date(s)
Pre-Raphaelite Art from Birmingham
11 (repro) Hong Kong Museum of Art 1984-10-19 - 1984-12-02
Burne-Jones: dal Preraffaelismo al Simbolismo
95 Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome 1986-10-07 - 1987-01-03


Author(s) Date(s) Publisher Pages
City of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery: Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Drawings
A E Whitley 1939 Bemrose & Sons Ltd, Derby pp. 137-138
The Stained Glass of William Morris and His Circle
A Charles Sewter 1975 Yale University Press, New Haven Vol. I: fig. 228; Vol. II: p.149
Hidden Burne-Jones, Works on paper by Edward Burne-Jones from Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
Elisa Korb, Tessa Sidey 2007 Dan Giles, Ltd., London p. 90

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Name Type
William Morris Associated with

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Name Type
St Edmund Hall, Oxford Associated with
Gatcombe Church, Isle of Wight Associated with

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Name Type
Morris & Co Realised by

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