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English: Marguerite Gaudin (1909 - 1991) — American master stained glass artist and designer, and watercolorist.
- Director of the Willet Studios stained glass firm. She was also a calligrapher creating illuminated commemorative scrolls for U.S. Presidents.
- The first sculptured gold overlay window installed in a church was the "Glory Window" designed in 1951 by Marguerite Gaudin and Henry Lee Willet, in Westwood (Los Angeles), Southern California.
- External link: Bellmoreumc.org: Marguerite Gaudin biography and works.
|Marguerite Gaudin (1909–1991)|
|Date of birth/death||1909||29 September 1991|
|Location of birth/death||Chestnut Hill|
American painter (1909-1991)
|Date of birth||1909|
|Date of death||29 September 1991|
|Country of citizenship|
Media in category "Marguerite Gaudin"
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- Clerestory window - North Nave 02 - National Cathedral - DC.JPG 627 × 1,000; 209 KB