ST. THOMAS’S CHURCH TRIPTYCH.

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Removed from St. Thomas Church Ardwick Green, Manchester, when the church closed in 1978. A photo from 1976 shows the tryptich in place on the front of the alter.

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Image: heritagephotoarchive.co.uk.

  • Medium: oil on panel.
  • Dimensions: central panel 419 x 533 mm, side panels 330 x 533 mm each (total painted area 0.58 m²).
  • History: Auctioned Mallam’s, Oxford, 8 Jun 2007, “Cherubs above the Sea, a triptych, oils on panel, 21″ x 16 1/2″ (x1) and 21″ x 13″ (x2). Provenance: removed from St. Thomas Church Ardwick Green, Manchester, when the church closed in 1978,” sold. [St. Thomas Church was consecrated 10 Nov 1741 and decommissioned in 1978, and has since been used for various secular community functions and office space.]
  • Location: unknown.

 

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