Blakeman, Charles

Charles Blakeman, detail from west window (1964), Roman Catholic Church of St Etheldreda, Ely Place, London
Photo: Peter Hildebrand

Charles Francis Blakeman (1907-1989) was an accomplished landscape painter and stone carver, as well as a fine stained glass artist. As a 14-yearold boy he was taught by Eddie Nuttgens when they were both at Paul Woodroffe’s studio in Chipping Campden. He was an admirer of the great Wilhelmina Geddes, completing her final window after her death.

The 100 Best Stained Glass Sites in London by Caroline Swash (Malvern Arts Press, 2015)
Wilhelmina Geddes: Life and Work by Nicola Gordon Bowe (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2015)

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