These cartoons for stained glass were executed by Morris & Co for the church of St Michael and St Mary Magdalene, Easthampstead, Berkshire, for the chancel east window. They comprise of three lights crowned by a rose window. The rose window depicted 'Christ in Judgement', the design was done in oil and called 'Dies Domini' (1873-74) it is now lost. There is a pastel version, dated 1875, in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. The cartoons were drawn in 1874, and the window executed in 1876.
The triptych cartoon was returned to Burne-Jones's studio, to be coloured in wax crayon in 1880, the colouring bearing little resemblance to the final window.
The cartoon appears in the Morris & Co Windows Book as numbers 247 (left), 203 (middle) and 248 (right).