Stained Glass in Wales | Gwydr Lliw yng Nghymru

Forrest & Bromley

Stained glass firm based in Liverpool during the mid-nineteenth century. The firm exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851 and made stained glass for churches in the 1850s. James Forrest's son continued the firm as Forrest & Son.

Further reading

Birkin Haward, Nineteenth Century Suffolk Stained Glass (Woodbridge: Boydell, 1989), pp. 158–9.




Search for further information about Forrest & Bromley on Google

Your search found 5 results plus 1 tentative attribution.

Include tentative attributions



  Christ with the Four Evangelists Christ with the Four Evangelists
firm/studio: Forrest & Bromley
about 1853
Church of the Holy Trinity, Leighton, Powys
east wall of the chancel (window number: I)
  Scenes and Characters from the Old and New Testaments Scenes and Characters from the Old and New Testaments
firm/studio: Forrest & Bromley
about 1853
Church of the Holy Trinity, Leighton, Powys
west wall of the nave (window number: wI)
  Heraldic Window Heraldic Window
firm/studio: Forrest & Bromley
about 1853
Church of the Holy Trinity, Leighton, Powys
west wall of the south aisle
  Christ with St Peter and St Paul Christ with St Peter and St Paul
firm/studio: Forrest & Bromley
about 1858
Church of St Rhuddlad, Llanrhyddlad, Anglesey
east wall of the chancel
Hierarchy of Angels
firm/studio: J. A. Forrest & Son
1890
Church of St James, Uplands, Swansea
north transept


Browse list of people in the database


View this record on the Imaging the Bible in Wales database

 
National Library of Wales - project partnerUniversity of Wales, Trinity Saint David - project partnerCentre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies
Database © 2011-2021 University of Wales. Individual images are credited with individual copyright owners. All material on this website is protected by copyright law and users are reminded to respect the rights of copyright holders represented on the database.

Database and software developed by Technoleg Taliesin Cyf. © 2011-2021