This work of art is normally not displayed. 52 stained glass windows was produced for the cathedral in Trondheim, Nidarosdomen, in the years 1879-1890. It was a gift to the church from the Norwegian king, Oscar II. But they were replaced with new stained glass windows in 1930 already, made by Gabiel Kielland. I saw some of the old ones, in a wonderful exhibition during the church festival in Trondheim in 2013. I hope many of you get a chance to see some wonderful, Christian artwork during this festive season. Merry Christmas too all! There are a few more on this link. All of these artworks were produced by the company James Powell & Sons in London, UK. The royal gift is owned by The Restoration Workshop of the Nidaros Cathedral/Nidaros Domkirkes Restaureringsarbeider.
A blog friend, Silkannthreads, just made me aware about other works with the same company, James Powell & Sons, one of Britain’s oldest glass manufacturers. I can recommend to also read this story and see the beautiful work of church art, depicting the Resurrection Morning, on this link.