Evie Hone studied painting in Paris, after
a spell in an Anglican convent
in 1935 she joined the An Tur Gloine 'The Tower of Glass' studio,
and converted to Catholicism two years later.
Throughout her life she was plagued by ill
health, despite this she continued to produce works most of which
had a religious theme.
Her greatest work is probably the eighteen
light window The Crucifixion and Last Supper for Eton College in
Windsor produced between 1949 and 1952. The preparatory study of
which is illustrated left and preserved in the National Gallery
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