Dorothy Marion Grant FMGP (1912-1988) studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts before being apprenticed to Francis Spear. She also undertook work for Martin Travers, designing drapery for some of his figures. As an independent artist she used the facilities at Lowndes & Drury.
Source: Victoria and Albert Museum: Archive of Art and Design – D. Marion Grant, stained glass artist and designer, papers , 1939-1997
Marion Grant and the Worshipful Company of Glaziers
The Worshipful Company of Glaziers was founded in 1328 and remains dedicated to the art and craft of stained glass. In recent times the emphasis has moved from the protection of the personal economic welfare of Glaziers to the preservation of the heritage of stained glass and the support of continuing high standards.
A key part of this work has been the annual competition for young artists, which began in 1932 and which, since 1982, has operated under the banner of the Stevens Competition, the premier competition for stained glass artists in the UK.
Marion Grant was a prize winner in 1934-35 and 1937-38.