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Image name
Image
order
Location name
Town or region
10
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
20
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
30
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Probably McCausland, Toronto
Round Altar Window
40
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, F. Rault
Gothic Windows Above,
Historical Panels Below
50
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
A.. Rault, McCausland
French Window and Canadian
Window
60
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
70
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
St. Matthews’ Anglican
Church
File name
Image description
A fairly new church in a downtown residential
part of Regina
Image
date
Circa
1963
Bell Tower and Two
McCausland Windows
View Towards Altar
West Window of Coloured
Glass
Circa
1964
Completing all of the window spaces in a
church may go on for years or decades. The
West window awaits.
Artist Name
St. Andrew
1964
80
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
Signature: “Robt. McCausland
Ltd. Toronto 1964.”
1964
90
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
1964
100
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
110
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Memorial Panel (detail)
The signature may be seen faintly.
South Wall with Lower
Gallery
The upper windows are of religious figures,
while the smaller ones in the lower gallery
depict historical Canadian scenes.
My Soul Doth Magnify the
Lord
Mary’s response to the Angel’s Annunciation.
1964
120
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
St. Matthew
Patron Saint of this church, writer of a Gospel..
1964
130
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
1964
140
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
St. Agnes
The Power and the Glory
Christ’s crown and globe represent his
Kingship.
St. George
Like the McCausland windows, the Rault
windows feature a painted central figure, with
a less expensive surround.
St. Michael
Self-portrait of the Artist as
Saint James
1967
150
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
McCausland, Toronto
circa
1970
160
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
André Rault, Rennes, France
Like St George, Michael is wearing armour.
George and Michael are both associated with
battle.
circa
1970
170
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
André Rault, Rennes, France
Among five panels he completed in St.
Matthew’s, André Rault apparently decided to
include himself as St. James, who was a close
friend of Jesus. André Rault made many fine
windows in more than 15 Regina churches and
visited the city annually for many years,
beginning around 1949.
circa
1970
180
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
André Rault, Rennes, France
circa
1970
190
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
André Rault, Rennes, France
1985
200
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
Man and Woman (detail)
1985
210
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
SIGNATURE: “Westmacott
Art Glass Studio, B.K. 1985”
(detail)
1985
220
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
SIGNATURE: “Westmacott
Art Glass Studio, B.K. 1985”
(detail)
1985
230
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
1985
240
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
Other artists who made self-portraits as saints
include William Morris (Christ Church,
Vancouver) and Michelangelo (Sistine
Chapel).
St. Peter
Arrival at Hudson’s Bay
Company Fort
England and Canada
A missionary and his family welcome a canoe
with a top-hatted English man. An HBC Fort,
a church and a tipi. A Native woman stands
outside the tipi.
In the left panel, a man is sent by his Bishop
from England. In the right panel, he arrives by
train in Western Canada, and is greeted by the
same family that greeted the canoe in another
window.
Locomotive and Welcome
Party (detail)
1985
250
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
Twentieth Century Group
(detail)
1985
260
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Westmacott, Winnipeg
circa
1980
270
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
circa
1980
280
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
Two Inuit, a Missionary, and
Explorers in the Arctic
The blue icebergs places this scene far in
Canada’s North.
Frederic Rault had taken over his father
Andre’s studio in Rennes in 1977, and these
were among his first windows. He also did the
much larger installation at Assumption
Cathedral in Gravelbourg in this period.
Two Inuit and Missionary
Saying Mass
Mass is offered with icebergs in the
background..
Two Inuit Faces (detail)
While painted simply, there is real character in
these faces.
circa
1980
290
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
English Missionaries Meet
Plains Indians
Anglican windows frequently depict
missionary history in Canada. A second pair of
windows we believe to be by Frederic Rault.
circa
1980
300
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
Two English Men (detail)
Anglican windows frequently depict
missionary history in Canada.
circa
1980
310
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
circa
1980
320
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
circa
1980
330
St. Matthew’s
Anglican Church
Regina, Saskatchewan
Frederic Rault, France
Missionary and Indian (detail)
A Native Face (detail)
The face seems reflective and perhaps
skeptical.
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