Church Stained Glass
1830’s – 1920’s
Part 2
A look at local examples of stained glass from
the period.
Using photographs b...
St John the Baptist, Puttenham
W Bainbridge Reynolds 1911 (L). Detail of Clayton & Bell window (R)
St John, Milford.
Design: Burne-Jones. Glass: Morris & Co 1897/1908
St Mary’s, Merton
Morris & Co 1907
St John, Stoke next Guildford
F J Shields 1888
St Mary’s, Fetcham
Clayton & Bell 1902/3
St Mary’s, Fetcham
Clayton & Bell 1903
St Mary’s, Fetcham. Moses
Clayton & Bell 1903
St Mary’s, Fetcham
Clayton & Bell 1887
St Peter & St Paul, Godalming
Clayton & Bell 1893
St Peter & St Paul, Godalming
Clayton & Bell 1893
St Peter’s, Ash
Ward & Hughes 1896
St Peter’s, Ash
Ward & Hughes 1896
St Thomas of Canterbury, East Clandon
A L Moore 1901
St Nicolas, Great Bookham
Heaton. Butler & Bayne 1910
St John the Evangelist, Farncombe
A K Nicholson 1923/4
Holy Trinity, Guildford
James Powell & Sons 1921/32
St Mark, Wyke
F C Eden 1926
By the 1920’s many of the stained glass companies that
had been a major force in the previous 100 years had
ceased to exis...
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Church Stained Glass 1830's - 1920's. Part 2.

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A look at Church Stained Glass from the period 1830 to 1920, mainly using examples in and around the Surrey area. Special consideration is given to the glass of Clayton & Bell.

The PowerPoint is part of a presentation given by Mike Sleigh from Polypodphoto at The Guildford Institute in September 2013.

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  • Thank you Peter for your comments, I'm pleased that you found the presentations interesting; as part of a course delivered to a group of people there was, of course, a lot more detail given which has not been included in the PowerPoint text.

    I've also got hundreds more photos of stained glass in the 80 or so churches in the area that I have visited.

    Personally my main interest lies in stained glass from the period 1860 - 1890, especially from Clayton & Bell and I'm not that keen on 'modern' glass.

    I plan to do a follow up course next year and I will post it on slideshare when ready.
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  • Interesting last comment about the important 100 years but faded in the 20th century. In the USA there are fewer large studios and still fewer influential smaller studios since the booming times of the 50's, 60's and 70's. The times, economics and tastes change.

    thank you again
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Church Stained Glass 1830's - 1920's. Part 2.

  1. 1. Church Stained Glass 1830’s – 1920’s Part 2 A look at local examples of stained glass from the period. Using photographs by Mike Sleigh from Polypodphoto of Guildford
  2. 2. St John the Baptist, Puttenham W Bainbridge Reynolds 1911 (L). Detail of Clayton & Bell window (R)
  3. 3. St John, Milford. Design: Burne-Jones. Glass: Morris & Co 1897/1908
  4. 4. St Mary’s, Merton Morris & Co 1907
  5. 5. St John, Stoke next Guildford F J Shields 1888
  6. 6. St Mary’s, Fetcham Clayton & Bell 1902/3
  7. 7. St Mary’s, Fetcham Clayton & Bell 1903
  8. 8. St Mary’s, Fetcham. Moses Clayton & Bell 1903 St Mary’s, Fetcham Clayton & Bell 1887
  9. 9. St Peter & St Paul, Godalming Clayton & Bell 1893
  10. 10. St Peter & St Paul, Godalming Clayton & Bell 1893
  11. 11. St Peter’s, Ash Ward & Hughes 1896
  12. 12. St Peter’s, Ash Ward & Hughes 1896
  13. 13. St Thomas of Canterbury, East Clandon A L Moore 1901
  14. 14. St Nicolas, Great Bookham Heaton. Butler & Bayne 1910
  15. 15. St John the Evangelist, Farncombe A K Nicholson 1923/4
  16. 16. Holy Trinity, Guildford James Powell & Sons 1921/32
  17. 17. St Mark, Wyke F C Eden 1926
  18. 18. By the 1920’s many of the stained glass companies that had been a major force in the previous 100 years had ceased to exist, although James Powell & Sons were still producing windows along with a few other firms mainly involved in restoration. Goddard & Gibbs produced windows in the latter part of 20th century but they no longer are trading. Individual craft studios continue to produce a few windows to commission.
  19. 19. www.polypodphoto.co.uk Mike Sleigh. Photographer polypod@gmail.com http://polypodphoto.blogspot.com/ http://britishheritage.blogspot.com/

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