Given by The Ashmolean Museum from the estate of the late Brian Miller
Stained glass design depicting St John the Baptist, by John Clement Bell for Clayton & Bell, pen and ink and watercolour, London, 1923
Height: 26.4 cm without mount, Width: 8 cm without mount, Height: 32.4 cm framed, Width: 15.1 cm framed
Prints & Drawings Study Room, level D
This stained glass design, (one of 32) was in the collection of the late B.D.H. Miller who bequeathed them to the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Timothy Wilson, Keeper of Western Art, Ashmolean Museum gave them to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The designs were lot 320 in the sale of the contents of Towne Furlong Farm, Phillips, Oxford, sales catalogue, Thursday, 13 June 1991.
Design for a single light window depicting St. John the Baptist beneath a Gothic canopy on a cream-coloured sheet of paper which is not backed onto card. There is a dark grey card frame around the design which is taped to the back of the design itself. Drawn in pen and ink and watercolour.