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James A. Crombie (1913-2000)

Stained glass designer and watercolourist. After initial training at Sunderland in the 1930s he studied at the Royal College of Art with Martin Travers from 1934-8. After the war he worked as a designer for the Abbey Studio in Edinburgh until 1963. Moving to the south west of England, Crombie worked for the stained glass studio John Hall & Sons of Bristol and its successor, J. Clarke & Eaton. After a brief spell working for Wippell of Exeter he worked freelance.

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