Glazier [Oxford], Thomas

Thomas Glazier, Detail of Antechapel (1380-86), New College, Oxford.
Photo: Peter Hildebrand. Reproduced by kind permission of the Warden & Scholars of New College Oxford

Thomas Glazier is first recorded in Oxford in 1386, and one of the earliest identifiable stained glass artists. He enjoyed the patronage of William Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester, who employed him on his foundations of New College, Oxford and Winchester College. He became one of the leading exponents in stained glass of the so-called international Gothic style.

Source: Glazier [Oxford], Thomas by Richard Marks (2004) – Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

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