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  Webb Mark Crop  
 

The Lewis Carroll Memorial Window was designed by the stained glass artist Geoffrey Webb. Webb’s mark was a spider’s web that he would incorporate into the design of his windows, often including the date. Other examples of Geoffrey Webb’s work can be found at Manchester Cathedral, Tewkesbury Abbey, Woolwich Town Hall, St John the Divine, (Felbridge) St Mary’s (East Grinstead) St Mark’s Cathedral (George, South Africa) St Nicholas (Kingsley, Hampshire), and windows in the parish churches of Cowfold, Lindfield and Oxted. Geoffrey Webb died in 1954.

 
 

Photographic images (c) John Eastwood 2006
 





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