Edward Frampton (1845-1928)

Stained glass designer. Edward Reginald Frampton worked with Clayton & Bell in the late 1860s, establishing his studio on Buckingham Palace Road, London. He was also briefly in partnership with W.F. Dixon and Charles Hean in the mid-late 1870s. His son, also Edward Reginald Frampton, was also an artist.

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  Angels Playing Harps Angels Playing Harps
artist: Edward Frampton
1884
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
either side of east window of Whitley Chancel
  Sower and Reapers Sower and Reapers
artist: Edward Frampton
about 1886
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
north wall of the north aisle
  Christ and the Woman of Samaria Christ and the Woman of Samaria
artist: Edward Frampton
1890
Church of St Peter, Glasbury, Powys
west wall of the nave (south west corner)
  The Presentation in the Temple The Presentation in the Temple
artist: Edward Frampton
1891
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
west wall of the south aisle
  Christ with the Doctors in the Temple Christ with the Doctors in the Temple
artist: Edward Frampton
about 1891
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
west window of north aisle (children's chapel)
  St Bartholemew and Gregory the Illuminator St Bartholemew and Gregory the Illuminator
artist: Edward Frampton
1896
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
north wall by entrance to Gladstone Chapel
  The Good Shepherd The Good Shepherd
artist: Edward Frampton
1896
Church of St Twrog, Maentwrog, Gwynedd
west end of the north aisle
  Two Angels Two Angels
artist: Edward Frampton
about 1902
Church of St Maelog, Llanfaelog, Anglesey
north wall of the nave
  The Three Marys Visit the Empty Tomb The Three Marys Visit the Empty Tomb
artist: Edward Frampton
about 1904
Church of St Deiniol, Hawarden, Flintshire
south wall of south aisle




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