James Hogan (1883-1948)

Stained glass designer. James Humphries Hogan was taught by Christopher Whall and trained at Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) under J.W. Brown and William Aikman. James Hogan became managing director of the firm and its chief designer from 1923 until his death in 1948.

Further reading

Maurice Broady, A Vision Fulfilled: The story of Celtic Studios and Swansea's architectural glass tradition (Swansea: West Glamorgan Archive Service, 2010), pp. 22, 48.

Joyce Little, Stained Glass Marks and Monograms (London: National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies, 2002), p. 67.



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  Te Deum Windows Te Deum Windows
firm/studio: James Powell & Sons
designer: James Hogan
designer: J. W. Brown
1911
Bangor Cathedral, Bangor, Gwynedd
north wall of the north aisle
  The Risen Christ with Saints and Scenes from the Gospels The Risen Christ with Saints and Scenes from the Gospels
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: James Hogan
1924
Church of St David, Llanfaes, Brecon, Powys
east wall of the chancel
  The Risen Christ with the Virgin Mary, St John the Baptist and Saints The Risen Christ with the Virgin Mary, St John the Baptist and Saints
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: James Hogan
artist: A. F. Erridge
about 1928
Church of All Saints, Oystermouth, Swansea
east wall of the chancel
  Te Deum Te Deum
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: Read
designer: James Hogan
artist: A. F. Erridge
1935
Church of St Michael, Llandre, Ceredigion
east wall of the chancel
 I Am the Bread of Life I Am the Bread of Life
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: James Hogan
1935
Church of St Michael, Llandre, Ceredigion
south wall of the sanctuary
  David and Solomon David and Solomon
firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd.
designer: James Hogan
1939
Church of St Peter, Lampeter, Ceredigion
north wall of the chancel




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