Saints Stained Glass Window Designed by J. Gordon Guthrie, executed by Ernest Lastman, and Made by Henry Wynd Young Studio (1920)
Top: Apollos (first century) North African missionary; Prophetess (1st century), one of the four daughters of Saint Phillip; Saint John Chrysotom (347-407), early Church Father; Savonarola (1452-1498); infamous Florentine monk who promoted the burning of secular art; Saint Dominic (1170-1221) founded the Dominican order.
Bottom: James Bossuet (1627-1704), Bishop and orator under Louis XIV; Phillip Brooks (1835-1893), American Episcopal Bishop who wrote "O Little Tow of Bethlehem"; Hugh Latimer (1485-1555), Protestant Bishop under Henry VIII; William Robertson (1721-1793), Scottish churchman and historian; George Whitfield (1714-1770), leader of the Calvinistic Methodist Church
The Cantlcle of Te Deum is one of the oldest hymns in the Church and is featured in seven windows on the north side of the nave. The light colored glass surrounding the circle is called grisaille glas, which is silvery tinted glass with floral patterns which allows more light to come through.
I obtained information on the Saint Bartholomew’s stained glass windows from “Holy Light,” an excellent source of information by Becca Earley Richards, available at the Saint Bartholomew’s bookstore.