Joshua Price (bap. 1672, d. 1722), was the son of the glass painter, William Price, with whom he worked. He is known to have worked in the chapel of Queen’s College, Oxford, both resetting 16th century glass and painting a new window, and at St Andrew’s, Holborn.
One of his most important works was a scheme of 12 windows (1719-21) for the chapel of Canons, the 1st Duke of Chandos’s house at Stanmore. Ten of these windows moved to Great Witley along with the ceiling paintings. Of the remaining two, one is lost, while the last is at St Andrew by the Wardrobe, London
His last work was the rose window (1721–2) in the north transept of Westminster Abbey.
His son, William Price the Younger, carried on the family glass painting tradition.