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Edward A. Woore (1880-1960)


Stained glass artist and designer. Edward Woore studied under Christopher Whall at the Central School of Arts and Crafts and was later his assistant. After the First World War, he made windows in his own studio as well as designing for other firms. He was also a close friend of Karl Parsons, completing many of his commissions after Karl Parsons' death in 1934. Woore also worked with Arnold Robinson on many windows at the Bristol firm Joseph Bell & Son. Shortly before his death in 1960, Woore retired to Wales.

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  Christ the Good Shepherd with St Francis and St David Christ the Good Shepherd with St Francis and St David
artist: Edward A. Woore
1926
Church of St Mary, Court Henry, Carmarthenshire
south wall of the south transept (window number: sIII)
  St George and St Martin St George and St Martin
artist: Edward A. Woore
1926
Church of St Mary, Court Henry, Carmarthenshire
south wall of the nave
  The Nativity and the Flight to Egypt The Nativity and the Flight to Egypt
artist: Edward A. Woore
1943
Church of St Ffraid, Llansanffraid-ym-Mechain, Powys
south wall of the nave
  St Michael with St Nicholas and St George St Michael with St Nicholas and St George
firm/studio: Joseph Bell & Son
artist: Edward A. Woore
1948
Church of Stephen and St Tathan, Caerwent, Monmouthshire
west wall of the tower
Further reading

Peter Cormack, Arts and Crafts Stained Glass (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2015), pp. 283–4.

Rachel M. de Montmorency, 'Obituary: Edward Woore (1880-1960)' Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, vol. xiii, no. 2 (1960–1), 444.

Joyce Little, Stained Glass Marks and Monograms (London: National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies, 2002), p. 134.





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