G. E. Cook (1844-1914)

Maker of stained glass, with a small studio in Gower Street, London, trading as G.E. Cook & Co. George Edward Cook worked in an aesthetic style and was in the circle of Henry Holiday and Daniel Cottier. His output in stained glass was relatively small, making windows designed by Holiday and others. Cook was also a landscape painter, exhibiting at the Royal Academy.

Further reading

William Waters, Damozels and Deities: Pre-Raphaelite Stained Glass 1870–1898 (Abbots Morton: Seraphim, 2017), pp. 178, 181, 185 and further references.

Martin Harrison, Victorian Stained Glass (London: 1980), pp. 55–6 and further references.




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  St Paul with St Peter and St John St Paul with St Peter and St John
artist: G. E. Cook
1872
Church of St Illtyd, St Gwynno and St Dyfodwg, Llantrisant, Rhondda Cynon Taff
south wall of the south aisle


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