Patrick Reyntiens (born 1925)

Stained glass designer and maker. Patrick Reyntiens trained with J.E. Nuttgens. Although he makes his own stained glass, he is best known for making major works designed by John Piper, for example at Coventry Cathedral, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and at St Andrews, Plymouth. Reyntiens also collaborated with other artists to make windows, such as Ceri Richards and Graham Jones.

Artist's website

Further reading

June Osborne, John Piper and Stained Glass (Stroud: Sutton Publishing, 1997).

Patrick Reyntiens, The Technique of Stained Glass (London: Batsford, 1977).



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  The Supper at Emmaus The Supper at Emmaus
designer: John Piper
artist: Patrick Reyntiens
1959
Llandaff Cathedral, Llandaff, Cardiff
above the high altar
  East Window and Reredos East Window and Reredos
designer: John Piper
artist: Patrick Reyntiens
1963
St Woolos' Cathedral, Newport
east wall of the chancel
  Trinity Chapel Windows and Dorsal Painting Trinity Chapel Windows and Dorsal Painting
designer: John Piper
artist: Patrick Reyntiens
1965
Church of St Mary, Swansea
Chapel of the Holy Trinity
St Joseph
artist: Patrick Reyntiens
1990s
Church of St Peter, Goetre, Monmouthshire




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