Charles Eamer Kempe

Charles Eamer Kempe (29 June 1837 – 29 April 1907) was a British Victorian era designer and manufacturer of stained glass. His studios produced over 4,000 windows and also designs for altars and altar frontals, furniture and furnishings, lichgates and memorials that helped to define a later nineteenth-century Anglican style. The list of English cathedrals containing examples of his work includes: Chester, Gloucester, Hereford, Lichfield, Wells, Winchester and York.[1] Kempe's networks of patrons and influence stretched from the Royal Family and the Church of England hierarchy to the literary and artistic beau monde.[2]

Charles Eamer Kempe
Kempe in 1860
Born29 June 1837
Ovingdean Hall, East Sussex, England
Died29 April 1907(1907-04-29) (aged 69)
London, England
Alma materPembroke College, Oxford
Known forDesigner and manufacturer of stained glass

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