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United Kingdom

A view of the North Transept inside Edinburgh's Saint Giles Cathedral and the great North Window completed by Douglas Strachan, Scotland's most prolific stained glass artist of the 20th century. This window portrays nautical themes: Christ walking on water in the lower section and, in the upper section, Christ calming a tempest; it is one of the most dynamic artworks in the church exhibiting swirling shapes in the glass pieces, and a predominance of blues, greens, and purples in the color composition.