OSCAR PATERSON (SCOTTISH 1863-1934)
A large and impressive stained and leaded glass window triptych, the central panel decorated with a lady gazing towards a setting sun flanked on one side by a vase of flowers the other by tendrils, 175 x 158cm, the side panels with a fisherman and a lady within cartouches, 174 x 60cm (3), early twentieth Century (def)
Provenance - originally Jenners of Edinburgh
Oscar Paterson was one of the most important stained glass artists of his time.
Born in Glasgow, Paterson trained with Whitefriers Glass in London before returning to Glasgow to live and work.
His work is described as the epitome of The Glasgow Style, which was beginning to develop at that time, and he influenced many young artists and designers associated with that style like Jessie M King, EA Taylor and Anne MacBeth.
His public, ecclesiastical and domestic works are represented in UK, Europe, India and Australia.
Oscar Paterson's works can be seen in many cathedrals including Glasgow Cathedral, St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh and St Magnus' Cathedral in Orkney.
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