Nathaniel Hubert John Westlake was a designer of stained glass and religious painter.
He studied at Heatherley's School of Art and with Dyce. Later he worked for Lavers & Barraud, a firm of glass painters becoming sole partner in 1880 and designing windows for many important churches including St Paul's Cathedral, London and Worcester Cathedral. He also designed mosaics and altar pieces, including a series of mosaics for the Newman Memorial, Birmingham. Between 1881 and 1894 he published his four volume A History of Design in Painted Glass.
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