A. K. Nicholson Stained Glass Studios

Stained glass manufacturers. Archibald Keighley Nicholson (1867-1937) was the brother of Charles Nicholson (1867-1949), a pupil of J. D. Sedding and partner of Henry Wilson, and of Sydney Nicholson, founder of the Royal School of Church Music. A. K. Nicholson also worked with Henry Wilson, but in the late 1890s set up his own stained glass Studio in London. He was embedded in the best Arts & Crafts traditions, and kept close personal control over all the work which left his studio. His studio continued into the 1960s under his name, and run by G.E.R. Smith.

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  St Michael St Michael
artist: A. K. Nicholson
1894
Church of St Deiniol, Worthenbury, Wrexham
south wall of the nave
  Christ in Majesty with Scenes from the Gospels Christ in Majesty with Scenes from the Gospels
firm/studio: A. K. Nicholson Stained Glass Studios
Church of St David and St Cyfelach, Llangyfelach, Swansea
south wall
  Te Deum Laudamus Te Deum Laudamus
firm/studio: A. K. Nicholson Stained Glass Studios
designer: Gerald Edward Roberts Smith
1954
Church of St James, Uplands, Swansea
east wall of chancel
  The Ship of the Church The Ship of the Church
firm/studio: A. K. Nicholson Stained Glass Studios
designer: Gerald Edward Roberts Smith
about 1955
Church of St James, Uplands, Swansea
west wall




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