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A.W.N. Pugin (1812-1852)

Architect and designer born in London. Augustus Northmore Welby Pugin worked with Charles Barry on the designs for the Houses of Parliament in London, and designed numerous influential churches and houses. Together with his publications on medieval architecture and design he was a principal motivating force behind the Victorian Gothic Revival. He worked closely with John Hardman who produced metalwork and stained glass to his design, John Crace (painting and soft furnishing), Herbert Minton (ceramic tiles) and George Myers ('Pugin's builder').

For more about Pugin and a fuller bibliography (including a list of his own publications) see the Pugin Society.

Further reading

Rosemary Hill, 'A.W.N. Pugin and Viscount Feilding' True Principles: The Journal of the Pugin Society, vol. iii, no. v (2008), 25-31.

Rosemary Hill, God's Architect: Pugin and the building of romantic Britain (London: Allen Lane, 2007).

Pugin: A Gothic Passion (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994).

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), pp. 81-2, 88-9, 99-100.

Stanley A. Shepherd, The Stained Glass of A W N Pugin (Reading: Spire Books, 2009).




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   as architect: Church of St David, Pantasaph , Flintshire


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  St Paul St Paul
firm/studio: John Hardman & Co.
designer: A.W.N. Pugin
1850
Church of St Paul, Bryncoedifor, Gwynedd
south wall of the sanctuary (window number: sII)
  The Crucifixion with the Virgin Mary and St John The Crucifixion with the Virgin Mary and St John
firm/studio: John Hardman & Co.
designer: A.W.N. Pugin
1851
Church of St Michael and All Angels, Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire
south wall of the south transept


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