Wagner, Roger

Designed by Roger Wagner and realised by Patrick Costeloe of Tom Denny’s studio, The Flowering Tree window (2012), Church of St Mary, Iffley, Oxfordshire.
Photo: Peter Hildebrand

Roger Wagner (b.1975) read English at Oxford University before studying at the Royal Academy School of Art. He has been represented in London since 1985 by Anthony Mould Ltd exhibiting there many times. Other one man shows include retrospectives at the Ashmolean Museum in 1994 and 2010. He has produced several books of illustrated poems and translations: Fire Sonnets (1984), In a Strange Land (1988), A Silent Voice (1997), Out of the Whirlwind (1997). The Book of Praises – a translation of the psalms Book One(1994), Book Two (2008), Book Three (2013). His major work Menorah was acquired by the Ashmolean Museum in 2010 and hangs in St Giles Church Oxford. His first stained glass window was installed in St Mary’s Iffley in 2012. It was joined in 2014 by a font cover designed in collaboration with Nicholas Mynheer and an altar cloth installed in 2019. In 2014 he also painted the first portrait of Archbishop Justin Welby which was installed in Auckland Castle. In 2016 Oxford University Press published The Penultimate Curiosity co-authored with Andrew Briggs. In 2019 The Canterbury Press published a collection of his poems and images The Nearer You Stand.

Source: Roger Wagner website

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