Forsyth, J Dudley

J Dudley Forsyth, tracery chancel east window (1905), Church of St Michael & All Angels, Micheldean, Gloucestershire.
Photo: Peter Hildebrand

John Dudley Forsyth (1874-1926) was a painter, sculptor and stained glass artist, who worked with James Powell & Sons up to 1891 and then for Henry Holiday, before setting up his own studio in Hampstead in about 1900. Holiday’s passion for the human figure as a vehicle for emotion certainly influenced Forsyth’s choice and treatment of subjects in the years ahead.

Source: Stained Glass Marks & Monograms, complied by Joyce Little, and edited by Angela Goedicke & Margaret Washbourn (NADFAS, 2002)

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