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Leonard Charles Evetts (1909-1997)

Artist and designer working in stained glass, calligraphy and watercolour. Leonard Evetts was born in Newport (Monmouthshire), the son of a painting contractor. He studied at the Royal College of Art, and studied stained glass under Martin Travers and taught at Edinburgh College of Art before becoming head of design for 37 years at Kings College, Newcastle. A prolific painter and stained glass artist, hundreds of windows by Evetts may be found in the United Kingdom and abroad. Many of these are in the north east of England, and only three churches in Wales have examples of his stained glass.

Artist's website
Obituary in the Independent

Further reading

Leonard Evetts: Master Designer (Newcastle-on-Tyne: 2001).



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  Virgin and Child    from    Virgin and Child and St David Virgin and Child
from Virgin and Child and St David

artist: Leonard Charles Evetts
1964
Church of All Saints, Porthcawl, Bridgend
north wall of the north chapel (Chapel of St David)
  St David    from    St David St David
from St David

artist: Leonard Charles Evetts
1964
Church of All Saints, Porthcawl, Bridgend
north wall of the north chapel (Chapel of St David)
St Margaret
artist: Leonard Charles Evetts
1969
Church of St Margaret, Roath, Cardiff
east wall of south transept
  Virgin Mary Virgin Mary
artist: Leonard Charles Evetts
1974
Church of St Theodore, Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot
west wall of the north aisle
  Heavenly Gifts Heavenly Gifts
artist: Leonard Charles Evetts
1977
Church of St Theodore, Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot
north and south clerestory
  St Theodore St Theodore
artist: Leonard Charles Evetts
1980
Church of St Theodore, Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot
west wall of the south aisle




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