Baltic Exchange Glass - The Virtue Windows - Fortitude
Stained glass window from the Baltic Exchange building, known as one of the Virtue windows. The virtue of Fortitude represents strength and courage in times of trouble. Here, a cherub presents Fortitude with a sword or mace, a symbol of strength and protection. She is guided through troubled times by the light of the torch that she holds aloft.
|Type:||Stained glass window|
|Display location:||Display - Baltic Glass Gallery|
|Creator:||Forsyth, John Dudley|
|Events:||World War I, 1914-1918|
|People:||Baltic Exchange, London|
|Credit:||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London|
|Measurements:||Overall: 2140 mm x 1430 mm|
Baltic Exchange glass (Stained glass window)
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