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St Ninian's Miraculous Garden by Christopher Whall

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Christopher Whall

St Ninian's Miraculous Garden

Artist: Christopher Whall
Title: St Ninian's Miraculous Garden
Date: 1913
Medium: Charcoal with graphite on paper
Description: This is the original cartoon for part of the stained glass window which Whall designed and made for Sorbie Kirk. The gallery has cartoons for all three windows designed by Whall. The window was a memorial to Sir Malcolm McEachern who died in 1910.


Gallery: William Morris Gallery
Location: Not Known


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St Ninian's Miraculous Garden

About the Artist

Artist: Christopher Whall
Date of Birth: 1849
Date of Death: 1924
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Royal Academy Schools


Professional Bodies:
Master of the Art Workers Guild 1912


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Mentors:
John Dando Sedding


Associates:

Worked with Alexander Roche on church glass designs for Largs United Presbyterian Church. James Cromar Watt worked with Whall on a church in Aberdeen.   Another associate was W R Lethaby.


Bibliography:

Whall himself wrote Stained Glass Work A Text Book for Students and Workers in Glass, 1905.

 

More information can be found on Whall in The Stained Glass Work of Christopher Whall 1849 -1924, by Peter Cormack


Notes:
The image of Christopher Whall was kindly supplied by the William Morris Gallery, London.