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E. Liddall Armitage (1887-1967)

Stained glass designer and artist. Edward Liddall Armitage trained with Henry Holiday and Karl Parsons, working as an assistant glass painter for the latter from 1920-24. He then established himself in North Kensington, London and formed a partnership with Victor Drury (1899-1988). From about 1940 E.L. Armitage worked as a designer for Powell & Sons (Whitefriars).

Further reading

Joyce Little, Stained Glass Marks and Monograms (London: National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies, 2002), p. 4.



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  Virgin and Child with Christ the Good Shepherd Virgin and Child with Christ the Good Shepherd
artist: E. Liddall Armitage
about 1940
Church of St Brynach, Nevern, Pembrokeshire
north wall of the chancel
  Windows in the North and East of the Chancel    from    Figures from the Old and New Testaments Windows in the North and East of the Chancel
from Figures from the Old and New Testaments

firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: E. Liddall Armitage
about 1958-1959
Church of St Mary, Swansea
chancel
  Christ with the Four Evangelists Christ with the Four Evangelists
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: E. Liddall Armitage
about 1959
Church of St Mary, Swansea
east wall of the chancel
  Scenes from the Life of the Virgin Mary Scenes from the Life of the Virgin Mary
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: E. Liddall Armitage
designer: Marjorie Walters
1960
Church of St Mary, Swansea
north wall of the Lady Chapel
  The Adoration of the Magi The Adoration of the Magi
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: E. Liddall Armitage
1962
Church of All Saints, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan
south wall of the south aisle




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