List of works by Francis Skeat

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This is a list of works by Francis Skeat (born 1909), an English glass painter who created over 400 stained glass windows in churches and cathedrals, both in England and overseas.

County/Country Town/village Church Location Date Subject Reference Picture
Berkshire Midgham St. Matthew 51°24′3.1″N 1°12′7.9″W / 51.400861°N 1.202194°W / 51.400861; -1.202194 1959 Noli me tangere [1]
Pangbourne St. James the Less 51°28′59.5″N 1°5′16.8″W / 51.483194°N 1.088000°W / 51.483194; -1.088000 1956 St. James the Less, St. Cecilia [2] [1] [2]
Cambridgeshire Helpston St. Botolph 52°38′9.2″N 0°20′36.6″W / 52.635889°N 0.343500°W / 52.635889; -0.343500 1983 Christ in Majesty [3] [3]
Swavesey St. Andrew 52°18′20.3″N 0°0′9.4″W / 52.305639°N 0.002611°W / 52.305639; -0.002611 1967 Tree of Jesse [4] [4]
1930s Alpha and Omega [5] [5]
Cornwall St. Mawes St. Mawes 50°9′28.4″N 5°1′2.6″W / 50.157889°N 5.017389°W / 50.157889; -5.017389 1960 St. Mawes – missionary [6][7] [6]
1960 St. Mawes – abbot [6][7] [7]
1960 St. Mawes – teacher [6][7] [8]
Cardinham St. Meubred 50°29′16.4″N 4°38′51″W / 50.487889°N 4.64750°W / 50.487889; -4.64750 St. Francis of Assisi [9]
Derbyshire Ashford-in-the-Water Holy Trinity 53°13′26.8″N 1°42′34.2″W / 53.224111°N 1.709500°W / 53.224111; -1.709500 1960 Virgin and child [8] [10]
Chesterfield St. Mary and All Saints 53°14′10″N 1°25′27″W / 53.23611°N 1.42417°W / 53.23611; -1.42417 1959 Hagar and Ishmael [11]
1959 Elisha and his servant [12]
1959 Manoah and his son Samson [13]
East Sussex Hadlow Down St. Mark the Evangelist 50°59′48.1″N 0°10′43.3″E / 50.996694°N 0.178694°E / 50.996694; 0.178694 1948 Christian year in wild flowers [9][10]
Essex Eastwood St. Laurence and All Saints 51°34′3.5″N 0°41′5.3″E / 51.567639°N 0.684806°E / 51.567639; 0.684806 1978 Samuel Purchas [11] [14]
Frinton-on-Sea St. Mary Magdalen 51°49′55.7″N 1°14′36.6″E / 51.832139°N 1.243500°E / 51.832139; 1.243500 1969 [12]
Hadleigh St. Barnabas 51°33′3.6″N 0°37′20.3″E / 51.551000°N 0.622306°E / 51.551000; 0.622306 1964 Virgin and Child "Behold, the handmaid of the Lord" [13] [15]
Kelvedon Hatch St. Nicholas 51°40′3.4″N 0°16′1.6″E / 51.667611°N 0.267111°E / 51.667611; 0.267111 1966 [14]
Stanford Rivers St. Margaret 51°41′8.5″N 0°13′3.7″E / 51.685694°N 0.217694°E / 51.685694; 0.217694 1952 Jesus, St. Margaret of Scotland, St. Wulstan [15] [16]
Thorpe Bay St. Augustine 51°31′56.3″N 0°45′41.4″E / 51.532306°N 0.761500°E / 51.532306; 0.761500 1958 Christ adored by the Heavenly host [16] [17]
Westcliff-on-Sea St. Michael & All Angels 51°32′35.2″N 0°40′11.3″E / 51.543111°N 0.669806°E / 51.543111; 0.669806 1969 Epiphany [17]
Greater London Bush Hill Park St. Stephen 51°38′30.1″N 0°4′42.6″W / 51.641694°N 0.078500°W / 51.641694; -0.078500 1955 Boy Scouts and Girl Guides [18]
1957 Dorcas [18]
1957 St. Barnabas [18]
1979 St. Thomas [18]
Chelsea Chelsea and Westminster Hospital 51°29′2.4″N 0°10′55.2″W / 51.484000°N 0.182000°W / 51.484000; -0.182000 1982 Westminster Hospital [19][20]
City of London St. Sepulchre-without-Newgate 51°31′0.1″N 0°6′8.5″W / 51.516694°N 0.102361°W / 51.516694; -0.102361 1968 Capt. John Smith memorial window [21]
Susan Constant - detail from stained glass window in St Sepulchre-without-Newgate
Ealing Common All Saints 51°30′25.5″N 0°17′43.0″W / 51.507083°N 0.295278°W / 51.507083; -0.295278 1957 "P.S. Duckworth" (ship) and Shield of Faith [22]
East Sheen Christ Church 51°27′36.7″N 0°16′30″W / 51.460194°N 0.27500°W / 51.460194; -0.27500 1954 Madonna and child [23]
Eltham Park St. Luke 51°27′37.8″N 0°3′29.6″E / 51.460500°N 0.058222°E / 51.460500; 0.058222 1958 Stylised cross & symbols [24] [18]
Norbury St. Philip 51°24′17.3″N 0°7′31.1″W / 51.404806°N 0.125306°W / 51.404806; -0.125306 1945 Angels [25]
1937 Christ in Majesty [25]
1937 Madonna and child [25]
Stoke Newington St. Mary (New Church) 51°33′39.6″N 0°5′4.2″W / 51.561000°N 0.084500°W / 51.561000; -0.084500 1958 Soldiers guarding tomb of Jesus [26][27] [19]
1958 Noli me tangere [26][27] [20]
1958 The Stable at Bethlehem [26][27] [21]
Upper Clapton St. Thomas the Apostle 51°34′11.2″N 0°3′51.5″W / 51.569778°N 0.064306°W / 51.569778; -0.064306 1961 St. Eanswith, St. Richard [28]
Westminster Westminster Abbey 51°29′56.9″N 0°7′38.6″W / 51.499139°N 0.127389°W / 51.499139; -0.127389 1988 St. Francis of Assisi
(Rev. Robinson Duckworth memorial window)
[29] [22]
Greater Manchester New Bury St. James 53°32′32.3″N 2°24′43.9″W / 53.542306°N 2.412194°W / 53.542306; -2.412194 1965 Nativity [30][31]
Hampshire Boldre St. John the Baptist 50°47′32.6″N 1°32′31.9″W / 50.792389°N 1.542194°W / 50.792389; -1.542194 1956 Badges [32]
Ecchinswell St. Lawrence 51°20′9.2″N 1°16′55.2″W / 51.335889°N 1.282000°W / 51.335889; -1.282000 1979 Ploughman [33] [23]
Longparish St. Nicholas 51°11′34.1″N 1°23′32.0″W / 51.192806°N 1.392222°W / 51.192806; -1.392222 1967 St. Michael above aviation scene
(Maj. Lanoe Hawker memorial window)
[34][35] [24]
Petersfield St. Peter 51°0′11.5″N 0°56′14.2″W / 51.003194°N 0.937278°W / 51.003194; -0.937278 1955 St. Monica [36] [25]
after 1967 Jesus Christ Saviour [37] [26]
Portsmouth Portsmouth Cathedral 50°47′25.3″N 1°6′16.0″W / 50.790361°N 1.104444°W / 50.790361; -1.104444 1954–55 Symbols [37] [27]
1954–55 Small roundel scenes [37] [28]
Romsey Romsey Abbey 50°59′23.0″N 1°30′5.0″W / 50.989722°N 1.501389°W / 50.989722; -1.501389 1962 St. Swithun [38] [29]
Southampton St. Michael and All Angels 50°56′40.7″N 1°24′19.1″W / 50.944639°N 1.405306°W / 50.944639; -1.405306 1962 Archangel Michael defeating Satan [39] [30]
Titchfield St. Peter 50°50′56.7″N 1°13′59.2″W / 50.849083°N 1.233111°W / 50.849083; -1.233111 1959 Farmer ploughing [40] [31]
Hertfordshire Berkhamsted St. Peter 51°45′42.4″N 0°34′27.5″W / 51.761778°N 0.574306°W / 51.761778; -0.574306 1956 Christ resurrected [41]
Chipperfield St. Paul 51°42′10.4″N 0°29′30.3″W / 51.702889°N 0.491750°W / 51.702889; -0.491750 1948 St. John; St. David [42] [32]
1957 St. Paul [42] [33]
Hertford Heath Haileybury College chapel 51°46′42.8″N 0°1′59.2″W / 51.778556°N 0.033111°W / 51.778556; -0.033111 1956 Christ in Judgement [43]
St. Albans St. Peter 51°45′19.4″N 0°20′6″W / 51.755389°N 0.33500°W / 51.755389; -0.33500 1934 The Good Shepherd, St. John the Baptist [44][45]
Isle of Wight Lake Church of the Good Shepherd 50°38′47″N 1°10′6″W / 50.64639°N 1.16833°W / 50.64639; -1.16833 Christ as the Good Shepherd flanked by David as Shepherd boy and king [46]
Ryde Holy Trinity 50°43′41.2″N 1°9′28.8″W / 50.728111°N 1.158000°W / 50.728111; -1.158000 (S. Chapel E. Window) [47]
Kent Crockham Hill Holy Trinity 51°14′14.6″N 0°4′2.1″E / 51.237389°N 0.067250°E / 51.237389; 0.067250 1951 St. Margaret of Scotland, St. Cecilia [48] [34] [35]
Hadlow St. Mary 51°13′23.9″N 0°20′22.2″E / 51.223306°N 0.339500°E / 51.223306; 0.339500 1956 The Visitation [49]
Lincolnshire Old Clee The Holy Trinity 53°33′24.5″N 0°3′15.6″W / 53.556806°N 0.054333°W / 53.556806; -0.054333 1960 Bishop St Hugh of Lincoln [50] [36]
Northamptonshire Earls Barton All Saints 52°15′57″N 0°45′12″W / 52.26583°N 0.75333°W / 52.26583; -0.75333 After 1980 "A City set on a hill cannot be hid" (Sermon on the Mount) [37]
"Let no man despise thy youth..." (First Epistle to Timothy) [38] [39]
Raunds St. Peter 52°20′48.2″N 0°31′59.8″W / 52.346722°N 0.533278°W / 52.346722; -0.533278 1954 St. Peter, the Virgin, and St. Crispin [51][52][53] [40]
1960 Feeding the 5,000 [51][52][53] [41]
1981 Christ appearing to St. Peter [51][52][53] [42]
North Yorkshire Hubberholme St. Michael and All Angels 54°12′0″N 2°6′52.8″W / 54.20000°N 2.114667°W / 54.20000; -2.114667 [54] [43]
Shropshire Chetwynd St. Michael and All Angels 52°47′19.3″N 2°23′36.6″W / 52.788694°N 2.393500°W / 52.788694; -2.393500 1963 (Nave NE & SE) [55]
Clungunford St. Cuthbert 52°24′11.5″N 2°53′27.6″W / 52.403194°N 2.891000°W / 52.403194; -2.891000 1970 Sheep farming: "Without the way, there is no going" [44]
Suffolk East Bergholt St. Mary the Virgin 51°58′11.6″N 1°0′45″E / 51.969889°N 1.01250°E / 51.969889; 1.01250 1930s Virgin and Child [56]
Chelmondiston St. Andrew 51°59′26.7″N 1°12′37.4″E / 51.990750°N 1.210389°E / 51.990750; 1.210389 1961 Crucifixion [57] [45] [46]
1960s Summoning of St. Andrew by Christ [57] [47]
1960s St. Luke healing a child [57] [48]
1960s The Three Marys [57] [49]
Laxfield All Saints 52°18′7.2″N 1°21′59.4″E / 52.302000°N 1.366500°E / 52.302000; 1.366500 1938 Crucifixion [58] [50]
Surrey Farnham St. Thomas-on-the-Bourne 51°12′10.8″N 0°47′31.2″W / 51.203000°N 0.792000°W / 51.203000; -0.792000 1977 St. Francis [59]
Hindhead St. Alban 51°7′26.8″N 0°44′38.4″W / 51.124111°N 0.744000°W / 51.124111; -0.744000 1950 St. Monica, Edward Talbot ("Prayer") [60] [51]
Laleham All Saints 51°24′33.1″N 0°29′24″W / 51.409194°N 0.49000°W / 51.409194; -0.49000 1947 St. Nicholas, St. Thomas [61]
Mickleham St. Michael 51°16′3″N 0°19′24.6″W / 51.26750°N 0.323500°W / 51.26750; -0.323500 1965 Arms of Baron Beaverbrook [62]
West Clandon St. Peter & St. Paul 51°15′2.9″N 0°30′18″W / 51.250806°N 0.50500°W / 51.250806; -0.50500 1964 The Annunciation [63]
West Midlands Dudley St. Francis 52°31′2.1″N 2°5′26.7″W / 52.517250°N 2.090750°W / 52.517250; -2.090750 1961 Duncan Edwards memorial window [64] [52]
West Sussex Donnington St. George 50°48′47.7″N 0°47′29.9″W / 50.813250°N 0.791639°W / 50.813250; -0.791639 1958 Madonna and child [65][66]
Fishbourne St. Peter & St. Mary 50°50′1.1″N 0°48′18.4″W / 50.833639°N 0.805111°W / 50.833639; -0.805111 1952 Jesus restores sight to blind beggar [67][68] [53]
Lurgashall St. Laurence 51°2′13.9″N 0°39′48.2″W / 51.037194°N 0.663389°W / 51.037194; -0.663389 1966 Christ blessing children [69][70]
West Green St. Peter 51°6′54″N 0°11′44.2″W / 51.11500°N 0.195611°W / 51.11500; -0.195611 1956 Blessed Virgin Mary with Joseph & boy Jesus [71][72]
1952 St. George, St. Michael [71][72]
West Itchenor St. Nicholas 50°47′59.6″N 0°51′59.4″W / 50.799889°N 0.866500°W / 50.799889; -0.866500 1965 Badges [73][74][75]
West Yorkshire Woodhouse Hill Christ Church 53°40′3″N 1°46′10.2″W / 53.66750°N 1.769500°W / 53.66750; -1.769500 After 1962 "Man shall not live by bread alone" (Gospel of Matthew 4:4) [54]
Worcestershire Belbroughton Holy Trinity 52°23′23.3″N 2°7′12.7″W / 52.389806°N 2.120194°W / 52.389806; -2.120194 1965 [76]
Beoley St. Leonard 52°19′29.6″N 1°54′20.9″W / 52.324889°N 1.905806°W / 52.324889; -1.905806 1965 Adoration of the Magi [77] [55]
Broughton Hackett St. Leonard 52°11′22.5″N 2°6′44.3″W / 52.189583°N 2.112306°W / 52.189583; -2.112306 1965 Jesus Christ "I am with you always." [78] [56] [57]
Evesham St. Lawrence 52°5′29.0″N 1°56′51.4″W / 52.091389°N 1.947611°W / 52.091389; -1.947611 1959 Nativity [79] [58]
Hagley St. Saviour 52°25′21″N 2°8′31.2″W / 52.42250°N 2.142000°W / 52.42250; -2.142000 1962 Blessed Virgin, St. Gabriel, Christ in Majesty,
St. Michael, St. John the Baptist
[59] [60]
1964 St. Cecilia [61]
Madonna and child [62]
Lower Moor St. Thomas 52°7′24.4″N 2°2′3.8″W / 52.123444°N 2.034389°W / 52.123444; -2.034389 1954 Madonna and child [63]
1952 St. Thomas, Christ, St. John the Baptist [64]
Upton Snodsbury St. Kenelm 52°11′15.4″N 2°5′4.6″W / 52.187611°N 2.084611°W / 52.187611; -2.084611 1968 Christ in majesty [65]
1969 St. Wulstan [66]
1980 "Seedtime and harvest shall not fail" [67]
1974 "I am the way, the Truth and the Life" (John 14:6) [68]
Belgium Antwerp St. Boniface 51°12′9.1″N 4°25′1.92″E / 51.202528°N 4.4172000°E / 51.202528; 4.4172000 [80]
South Africa Cape Town St. George's Cathedral 33°55′30″S 18°25′9.3″E / 33.92500°S 18.419250°E / -33.92500; 18.419250 1957 Rose window [44] [69]

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