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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.
John Dudley Forsyth
- Image reference: F4672-02
- Photographs are courtesy of Goddard & Gibbs, London