Index of Arts and Crafts Stained Glass entries.
Founded as Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Company in 1861 by the socialist artist and designer William Morris along with Ford Madox Brown, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Peter Paul Marshall, Philip Webb, Charles James Faulkner, and Edward Burne-Jones. The company initially concentrated on ecclesiastical decoration including stained glass, and architectural carving from premises in London’s Red Lion Square, but moved to Queens Square, Bloomsbury in 1865.
Caroline Charlotte Townshend (1878-1944) was the daughter of the Suffragette Emily Townshend. She created the Fabian window from a design by George Bernard Shaw in 1910. After the first world war she set up home with her partner Joan Howson.
Born in Denmark in 1870 at Frederiksborg Castle Denmark Arild Rosenkrantz was the son of the Danish minister to Italy. He spent most of his life abroad mainly in England, and trained as an artist trained at the Academie Julian in Paris. In 1896 he spent a year in the United States and worked on the memorial window for James Gallatin at The Decorative Stained Glass Company in New York. The window was installed at Wickhambreaux Kent and the first American stained glass window to be exported abroad. Whilst in America he also designed a window for Tiffany on the subject of King Alfred the Great.
Christopher Whall (1849-1924), studied art at the Royal Academy Schools where he became influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites. After leaving the Royal Academy in 1879 he specialized in stained glass, working for John Powell & sons as a designer, but started his own company when he wanted to learn the whole craft of stained glass making.