Edward Woore (1880-1960) obtained a scholarship to the Central School of Arts and Crafts, where he took up stained glass under the tuition of Christopher Whall, who later offered him work in his studio. After serving in the First World War he set up his own studio, producing work that while inspired by Whall was very individual in character and outlook.
Source: The Journal of Stained Glass Vol. XIII No. 2 1960-61