(1906 - 1978)
John Campbell Hutton was active/lived in England. John Hutton is known for glass panel engraving, war camouflage artist, painting.
Biography John Hutton
John Hutton was a prominent glass engraving artist based in London, England. Born in Clyde on the South Island of New Zealand in 1906, he married fellow artist Helen (Nell) Blair in 1934, and they made England their permanent home in 1936. They lived for a while in an artists' commune at Assington Hall in Suffolk. John worked on several mural commissions until the war broke out in 1939.
During the war he joined a camouflage unit where he met and worked with the architect Basil Spence - a relationship which was to prove invaluable later on. In 1947 he designed his first large scale glass engravings -a series of four panels depicting the seasons for the restaurant area on the Cunard ship Caronia. By 1953 he had developed a uniqu
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