William Miller (1803-after 1881)

Stained glass artist. William Miller trained as a plumber and glazier but had developed his business to produce stained glass by the late 1840s, based at 32 Brewer St, Golden Square, Soho, London. There has been some confusion between his work and the older Joseph Hale Miller, although the connection between them remains uncertain.

His worked seems to have been favoured by John Prichard in the Llandaff diocese, although windows can be attributed to him in North Wales at Henllan and Llandwrog.

For further details see biography on Sussex Parish Churches.

Further reading

'Glass Painters 1750–1850 (Part II)' Journal of the British Society of Master Glass-Painters, vol. xiii, no. 2 (1960–1), 403.

Michael Kerney, 'Joseph Hale Miller (1777–1842) and the Revival of Gothic Glass Painting' The Journal of Stained Glass, vol. xxxiii (2009), 73.

Martin Crampin, Stained Glass from Welsh Churches (Talybont: Y Lolfa, 2014), p. 98.

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  Scenes from the Life of St John the Baptist Scenes from the Life of St John the Baptist
artist: William Miller
Church of St John the Baptist, Cardiff
Christ with Nathaniel
artist: William Miller
about 1855
Church of St Sadwrn, Henllan, Denbighshire
south wall of the nave
The Crucifixion and Resurrection
artist: William Miller
about 1863
Church of St Sadwrn, Henllan, Denbighshire
south wall of the chancel
  Scenes from the Resurrection of Christ Scenes from the Resurrection of Christ
artist: William Miller
about 1867
Church of St George, Reynoldston, Swansea
north wall af the north transept

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