I saw a photo online just now of one of the most striking examples of stained glass I’ve ever seen.
It’s at Buckfast Abbey (home of the notorious Buckfast Tonic Wine), which I visited on a family holiday a few years ago. The window I have in mind is striking in itself, but also because of its context.
Buckfast Abbey was re-established by French Benedictine monks in 1882, and the abbey church was built between 1905 and 1937 – with, remarkably, never more than six monks working on it at any time, and using primitive construction methods (see Wiki for details).
Mostly, the abbey church is pretty conservative. To call it “gothic pastiche” would be unkind to its devoted and consecrated builders, but you’ll notice that didn’t stop me ;-). Anyway, here’s the view as you approach the building: