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William Warrington

Glass-painter established by the early 1830s in London. William Warrington made glass for A.W.N. Pugin in about 1840. He was also a collector and historian of stained glass, publishing his History of Stained Glass in 1848 with many illustrations of his own work.

Further reading

J. Knowles, 'Glass-Painters 1750-1850 (Part III)' in The Journal of Stained Glass, vol. XIII no. 3 (1961-62), 521-2.

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