Saskatchewan stained glass holds many surprises. As well as in cathedrals, churches, convents and chapels, we found interesting windows in armouries, legion halls, a casino, restaurants, colleges, performance halls and museums. Many more Saskatchewan towns and buildings remain to be documented.
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In this spacious western province (population about one million) we have identified work by these artists and studios: Rault Brothers, Rennes, (Britanny) France; Celtic Studios, Swansea, Wales; A.L. Moore and Son, London and other English studios; Rambusch, New York ; Luxfer Prism, N.T. Lyon, Hobbs, Meikle, and the Robert McCausland Company (founded 1856 and still operating), all of Toronto; Guido Nincheri, J. P. O’Shea, and Hobbs, all of Montreal; Westmacott and the architect Etienne Gaboury, of Winnipeg. Saskatchewan artists working in stained glass include David Johnson, Sister Salesia Zunti OSE, the Benedictine Alfred Engele OSB, Lee Brady, Wilf Perreault, Ed Schaeffer, Dorothy and Ed Doepker, Wally Oucharek, and others.
The makers of many interesting windows remain to be identified.