A Week of Contrasts – Chagall’s Stained-Glass at Tudeley, Kent

After a decidedly monochrome start to my week, today I have been immersed in the succulant and wonderful colour of Chagall’s beautiful stained-glass windows at Tudeley in advance of a pending commission to photograph stained glass at the cathedral.  The  architecture of the church itself is pretty dull but this makes the windows even more brilliant. (For more information visit: http://goo.gl/ogKsr )

Tudeley, Chagall, Stained Glass, Kent

Tudeley, Chagall, Stained Glass, Kent

Tudeley, Chagall, Stained Glass, Kent

Tudeley, Chagall, Stained Glass, Kent

Then tomorrow I’ll be back in the world of commerce photographing a car show-room.  All good stuff.

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2 thoughts on “A Week of Contrasts – Chagall’s Stained-Glass at Tudeley, Kent

  1. Leonie

    Ah – wonderful. You captured that electric blue light in the chancel. I sometimes get the sense that Chagall really used stained glass to colour the air inside the building.

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