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Glazier [Oxford], Thomas (d. in or before 1427), glass painter, is first recorded in 1386 in Oxford, where his workshop was located. It was the usual small-scale enterprise, numbering at least one assistant in addition to Glazier himself. He enjoyed the patronage of ...

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Prudde, John (d. 1460/61), glass painter, was probably the foremost practitioner of his craft in Henry VI's reign. Although his work is well documented, only one extant monument can be attributed to him for certain. He first occurs in 1426/7, when he was working at ...

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Thornton, John (fl. 1405–1433), glass painter, is first recorded in 1405, when he contracted with the dean and chapter to glaze the great east window of York Minster. He is described as of Coventry and, although he became a freeman of York in 1410, he retained a residence in his native city. He is last recorded in ...

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Whall, Christopher Whitworth (1849–1924), stained-glass artist and craftsman, was born on 16 April 1849 at the rectory, Thurning, Huntingdonshire, the third of eight children of the Revd William Whall (1808–1874), rector of Thurning-cum-Little Gidding, and his wife, Mary Elizabeth, née Boultbee (1817–1891). Christopher Whall's...