Stained glass panel
Edward William Godwin (Bristol 1833 - Westminster 1886)
This colourful stained glass panel was once displayed at Henry Irving’s house in Grafton Street, London. Believed to be designed by Edward Godwin, it features a chameleon framed by a geometric border. Irving lived on Grafton Street from 1872 to 1899 and was manager of the Lyceum Theatre from 1878 to 1899.
Rectangular panel of stained glass depicting chameleon set in multi-coloured glass. Framed in geometric border (possibly designed by E.W. Godwin). From Henry Irving's house in Grafton Street, London, where he lived from 1872-1899.
Makers and roles
Edward William Godwin (Bristol 1833 - Westminster 1886), designer