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Martin Travers (1886-1948)


Howard Martin Otto Travers ARCA initially trained with Christopher Whall at the Royal College of Art, and was articled to Ninian Comper from 1909-12. He taught stained glass at the Royal College of Art from 1925-48. Travers was closely aligned with the Anglo-Catholic movement and specialised in baroque-style fittings, of gilded and painted wood. A list (albeit incomplete) of Martin Travers' work was compiled by Leonard Buckley and published by the Ecclesiological Society.



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artist: Martin Travers
about 1921
Church of St Stephen, Cardiff
near the west door
  St Michael Overcoming the Dragon St Michael Overcoming the Dragon
artist: Martin Travers
1938
Church of St Cynfelyn, Llancynfelyn, Ceredigion
south wall (window number: sIII)
Further reading

Rodney Warrener and Michael Yelton, Martin Travers (1886-1948): An Appreciation (Unicorn Press, 2003).

Michael Yelton, Martin Travers: His Life and Work (Spire Books, 2016).



User contributed comments

There is a much more comprehensive catalogue of Travers' work in Martin Travers (1886-1948): an appreciation, written by myself and Rodney Warrener.
Submitted by: Michael Yelton (2011-09-21 14:20:18)
Editor's response: many thanks - now added to the bibliography.



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