THE SHIP OF THE CHURCH

The Ship of the Church
The Ship of the Church

THE SHIP OF THE CHURCH

Watercolour and pen and ink, shaped
Inscribed: “The Ship of the Church sails surely through the seas of time to The City of God” “To the Glory of God in loving memory of Robert and Anne Teasdale of Darlington and Arthur their infant son. This window is offered by their daughter, A B Milner-White.” “King Henry V built his navy at Southampton. The Holigost, The Royal Trinity and The Grace Dieu”.
43.00 x 19.00cm (16.93 x 7.48 inches)
Stock Code: 2208
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Gerald Edward Roberts Smith was born in Melbury-Sampford, Dorset and educated at Chester Arts School. He trained under Edward Frampton befor joining A K Nicholson’s studio in 1906. He succeeded Nicholson on his death in 1937. Smith was an early member of the British Society of Master Glass Painters and its Chairman from 1958-59.

The Ship of the Church window is in the Church of St James, Uplands, Swansea.

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