17 April 2013
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Charles Eamer Kempe (1837 - 1907) designed and manufactured more than 4,000 windows for places of worship, including many cathedrals and the chapel at Tonbridge School.
Kempe was a considerable influence on the design of stained glass and ecclesiastical fittings during the 19th cenury.
Come and hear Adrian Barlow of the Kempe Society talk about his work and that of his studio, which continued until 1934. Then visit Tonbridge School chapel to see Kempe's work in situ.