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Theodora Salusbury

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.

Theodora Salusbury
Born(1875-05-24)24 May 1875
Died( 1956 -09-22)22 September 1956
NationalityBritish
EducationThe Slade School of Fine Art (and other art schools); Apprentice to Christopher Whall
Known forStained Glass
MovementArts and Crafts
A window by Theodora Salusbury in the apse of Honiley church

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.

Other sourcesEdit

  • McWhirr, A. (1999). Century to millennium: St James the Greater, Leicester, 1899-1999. Leicester: PCC of St James the Greater.
  • Maltby, G & Loutit, A. (2018). Theodora Salusbury 1875-1956 Stained Glass Artist. ISBN 978-1-5272-2192-5.