Webster, Gordon

Gordon Webster, St Clement window (1964), Dunblane Cathedral.
Photo: Ewing Wallace

Gordon MacWhirter Webster (1908-87) was the second son of Alf Webster, who died in the First World War. He was trained by Douglas Hamilton, who had taken over running the Stephen Adam studio on behalf of Maude Webster, Alf’s widow, in the 1920s. He was initially influenced by his father’s work, before developing his own style and producing some very fine work.

Scotland’s Stained Glass Making the Colours Sing by Michael Donnelly (Historic Scotland, 1977)
Orchestrations of Colour – The stained glass of Douglas Hamilton by Jeff Hopewell, (The Coplow Press, 2020)

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