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Nicholas Mynheer studied Graphic Design at the Hornsey College of Art in London, graduating in 1981. After spending several years working in advertising he turned to painting full time, then subsequently sculpture and glass design. Read more…
Other artworks in churches by this artist:
Salutation, Newcastle Cathedral; Guardian Angel, 2011, St Edward's School Chapel; Aumbry, St Mary's Iffley; Altar, 2012, St Mary's Kiddington; Madonna & Child, Church of The Assumption of The Blessed Virgin Mary, Beckley, Oxford; Peter and Christ, Church of St Peter, Goetre, Pontypool, Wales; Cross, St Bartholomew's Church, East Ham, London; Christ Dies, St Gregory's Church, Sudbury, Suffolk, 1999; Stations of the Cross, Church of The Good Shepherd, Nottingham; The Word, Birmingham Cathedral, 2000; Holy Trinity, Church of The Holy Trinity, Blythburgh, Suffolk; Holy Family, Chasuble, Stations of the Cross, St. Matthew's Church, Perry Beeches,Birmingham; Wilcote Chapel Polyptych, Northleigh Church; Trinity Window, Michelmas Term Window, Lent Term Window, Summer Term Window, The Services Window, Abingdon school, Oxfordshire; Glass Screen, St Nicholas' Church, Islip, 2011; Window for St Martin's Church, Tuddenham St Martin, Ipswich, Suffolk; St Peter & St Paul Glass Screen, Great Missenden Church; St Barnabas Window, Church of St Barnabas, Horton-cum-Studley, Oxford; Five windows, Methodist Church House, Marylebone Road, London
Nicholas Mynheer studied Graphic Design at the Hornsey College of Art in London, graduating in 1981. After spending several years working in advertising he turned to painting full time, then subsequently sculpture and glass design.
A rigorous simplicity typifies Mynheer's work, whether it be in stone, oil or glass. Anything superfluous to the design is omitted and anything deemed important emphasised.
Largely figurative his work is almost always biblically based and has a linear quality that is richly expressive.
Official website: http://www.mynheer-art.co.uk