Edinburgh: Corstorphine Old Parish Church of Scotland, Nave. (North & West)

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Sleeping in the Garden of Gethsemane

Window of two lancet lights.

This window depicts Jesus Christ looking at the sleeping disciples in the Garden of Gethsemane.

‘In memory of their father and mother Thomas Lindsay and his wife. This window was dedicated by their children’.

Alexander Ballantine and Son
BALLANTINE: James Ballantine and Son: (James: 1808-1877, Alexander: 1841-1906, James: 1878-1940) The founder James, was born in Edinburgh. He was apprenticed to a house-painter as a young man and had few advantages in the way of education. He later campaigned for the education of apprentices beyond the craft/trade they were learning. He also mixed paints as a young man for David Roberts, a scenic artist at the Theatre Royal. He continued by apprenticing in Stained Glass and established his own business (with a partner) in 1837. James was out spoken in leading the Stained Glass design aesthetic in Scotland and was incredibly prolific. His son Alexander took over the firm in 1877, he then trained his son James, who took over the firm in 1906.

BALLANTINE AND GARDINER: Ballantine and Gardiner- (Partnership: 1892-1905) This was a successful partnership between Alexander Ballantine (1841-1906) (son of James Ballantine) and Herbert Gardiner ( - ) of Leicester. They were incredibly prolific for their short partnership together.


Related Records:  
Who: Alexander Ballantine and Son (Firm/Company)
Where: Kirk Loan, Edinburgh, EH12 7ST
When: 1905 (installed)
Jul-12 (photograph taken)
Resource Rights Holder: Scottish Stained Glass Trust and Symposium
Record ID: 000-000-774-032-C
Project Ref:  
Material: Glass, Lead, Paint, Stain
Dimensions: Approx 2 x 1´5 m
Subject/Keywords: Jesus Christ, Garden of Gethsemane, sleeping, disciples, Saint Peter, Saint James, landscape, sky, trees, architectural canopy
Event: Thomas Lindsay and his wife by their children. (In memory)
Photographer: Elisa Conesa Martinez