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Daniells & Fricker (about 1916–27)

George Daniels (sometimes Daniel or Daniells, 1854-1940) was initially apprenticed to [personlink:16::Clayton & Bell and prepared cartoons for the firm from 1880-1920. During this time and afterwards he also worked with Horace Wilkinson and F.C. Eden. By 1916 he set up a partnership with the glass painter Fricker in London, located on High Street, Fulham, although the studio seems to have moved to Belsize Road, Kilburn, within a few years. Fricker had been a glass painter to Edward Frampton. The studio relocated to 238 Belsize Road, Kilburn by 1920.

Further reading

Alfred L. Wilkinson, 'Edward Frampton, 1850–1929, Master Glass-Painter' Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, vol. xi, no. 2 (1952–3), p. 71.

A. L. Wilkinson, 'Obituary: George Daniels (1854-1940)' Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, vol. viii, no. 2 (1940), 82.

Joyce Little, Stained Glass Marks and Monograms (London: National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies, 2002), p. 37.

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Regarding George Daniels, Mr Walter Uptmoor, of Mayer of Munich informed me (2018) that George Daniels worked for Mayer of Munich from 1895-1914. Franz B Mayer liked the English Transcendental style and employed many English artists up to August 1914 when the last English artist left due to World War 1. I love your website and have found it helpful and inspiring.
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