Theodora Salusbury (1875 - 1956) was an artist and craftswoman in the Arts & Crafts style. After training with some of the best artists in the field, she worked as a stained glass artist at her studios in Cornwall and London. Salusbury's windows would be leaded up by Lowndes & Drury. Dating mostly from between the two World Wars, the windows were destined for nearly thirty churches in England and Wales, several of them in Leicestershire, Salusbury's home county.
|Died||22 September 1956|
|Education||The Slade School of Fine Art (and other art schools); Apprentice to Christopher Whall|
|Known for||Stained Glass|
|Movement||Arts and Crafts|
The impact of Salusbury's windows comes through her use of colour and her representation of the figures she portrayed. Most of her work bears her signature, a peacock.
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