Wilson, Henry

Henry Wilson (1864-1934) worked in a highly individual style, uniting influences from the Arts & Crafts Movement and Art Nouveau with his own interpretation of traditional forms, symbols and nature.  He began his career as Chief Assistant to the Gothic Revival architect J. D. Sedding, but felt increasingly drawn to the associated arts: church furnishings, sculpture, metalworking, jewellery and stained glass.

Source: Henry Wilson Practical Idealist by Cyndy Manton (James Clarke and Co Ltd, 2009)

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