Coventry Cathedral, 15 November 1940 John Piper new edition
Eastnor Castle, Hereford John Piper
Easton, Portland, Dorset: St George Reforne, an 18th-century church among the quarries John Piper new
Exton, Rutland: monument by Grindling Gibbons, 1686 John Piper new
Eye and Camera. John Piper
Eye and Camera: Red, Blue and Yellow John Piper
Foliate Heads I John Piper
Foliate Heads II John Piper
FOLIATE HEADS II John Piper
Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire: medieval stone John Piper new
Gedney, Lincolnshire: a tower in the fens John Piper new
Interior of Coventry Cathedral, 15 November 1940 John Piper new edition
Leckhampstead, Berkshire: a Victorian church, by S S Teulon John Piper new
Lewknor, Oxfordshire: textured walls; traceried windows John Piper new
Llan-y-Blodwell, Shropshire John Piper new
Llanglofflan, Pembrokeshire: the Baptist chapel John Piper new
Malmesbury, Wiltshire: the South porch John Piper new
North Grimstone, Yorkshire John Piper new
Redenhall, Norfolk: the tower John Piper new
Saltash Bridge John Piper
Scotney Castle (A) John Piper
St Kew, Cornwal: church in a hilly landscape John Piper new
St Matthias, Stoke Newington, by William Butterfield John Piper new
Summer Garden, Fawley Bottom John Piper
Terrace with Red Pots John Piper
Warkton, Northamptonshire: monument by Vangelder, 1775 John Piper new
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John Piper was born in Epsom in 1903 and studied law before going on to study at Richmond School of Art, Kingston School of Art and the Royal College of Art.
Piper is unquestionably one of the most versatile and important British artists of the twentieth century. As well as being a highly accomplished painter and printmaker he is also known for his stained glass, ceramic, set and costume designs.
In 1979, the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford held a major restrospective of Pipers work as did the Tate in 1982.
John Piper died in 1992.