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John Hutton portraitJohn Hutton (8 August 1906 in Clyde, New Zealand and died 1978 in England) was a prominent glass engraving artist based in London, England.
John had used an artist's model, Marigold Dodson, to pose for many of the figures in his artwork. His first marriage ended during this period and he eventually married Marigold in 1963, though he still did work with his former wife subsequently on joint art projects.

In 1975 he became first Vice President of the newly founded British Guild of Glass Engravers. Hutton worked on until 1978 when he finally succumbed to cancer. His ashes were appropriately buried beneath a stone at the foot of his finest work - the screen at Coventry Cathedral.
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