Saint Matthew and the Angel (1602).Caravaggio. Caravaggio, Saint Matthew, 1602 -- " he painted a picture of St Matthew, figure 15, with a bald head and bare, dusty feet, awkwardly gripping the huge volume, anxiously wrinkling his brow under the unaccustomed strain of writing. By his side he painted a youthful angel, who seems just to have arrived from on high, and who gently guides the labourer's hand as a teacher may do to a child."
The West Angel Window. Because of their exposures and how they caught the sun, they are referred to as the morning and evening angels. Mrs. D. P. Hadden gave both windows, on the west in memory of her mother, Mrs. Mary Ann Hudspeth Boyd, and on the east in memory of the Rev. Granville Allison, first rector of Grace Church. The Angel Windows are two of seven Grace-St. Luke's windows originally installed in Grace Church.