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The Peel Cottage Window

© Brian Clarke. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Photo credit: The Stained Glass Museum

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The son of an Oldham coal miner, Brian Clarke (b.1953) is today one of the leading exponents of architectural stained glass in Britain. Inspired by a generation of post-War German artists such as Johannes Schreiter (b.1930), in the early part of his career Clarke worked in an abstract, geometric style, often on a vast scale. The Peel Cottage Window was made for a house of that name in London.

The Stained Glass Museum



The Peel Cottage Window




stained glass


H 190 x W 156 cm

Accession number


Acquisition method

on loan from the artist, 2000

Work type

Stained glass


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South Triforium Ely Cathedral, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4DL England

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