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St. Paul's Catholic Church, Onaway, Michigan: artists Peter and Christel Brahm

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Artist / Studio


Wippell, (J.) & Co., Ltd.
Exeter, England

Biography: The Wippel family involved themselves in English ecclesiastical furnishings including stained glass since 1790.   Even though they are in England, they, and other European firms, had representative in the United States who would promote the Wippel style as they visited architects and church groups.  Frederick Cole (1908-1998) was one of their more recent foremost designers, also providing work for Rohlf Studios in New Jersey.  Roy Coomber (1930-) is another important artist who also collaborated with US firms.  The firm is now associated with the A.R. Mowbray company in Exeter, England.


     Mowbray, Wippell

Christ Appearing to St. Thomas
The Sacrament of Holy Unction
The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony
St. George
Window Name: St. George
Building Name and City: Trinity Episcopal Church, Alpena
The Transfiguration
Window Name: The Transfiguration
Building Name and City: Grace Episcopal Church, Port Huron
Hiram the Artificer and St. Martin, Christian Knight and Martyr
Building Name and City: Grace Episcopal Church, Port Huron
Finding in the Temple; Baptism of Christ
Marriage at Cana; Feeding the Five Thousand
Jesus Blessing the Children; Jesus and Nicodemus
Anointing at Bethany; Healing at Bethsaida
Palm Sunday; Maundy Thursday
Good Friday; Easter
Window Name: Good Friday; Easter
Ascension; Pentecost
Holy Spirit and Evangelists
John Knox
Window Name: John Knox
John Calvin
Window Name: John Calvin
Window Name: Fleur-de-Lys
Window Name: Thistle
Burning Bush
Window Name: Burning Bush
Celtic Cross
Window Name: Celtic Cross