Sir John Ninian Comper

Died aged c. 96

Sir John Ninian Comper (10 June 1864 – 22 December 1960) was a Scottish architect; one of the last of the great Gothic Revival architects. His work almost entirely focussed on the design, restoration and embellishment of churches, and the design of ecclesiastical furnishings, stained glass and vestments. He is celebrated for his use of colour, iconography and emphasis on churches as a setting for liturgy. In his later works, he developed the subtle integration of Classical and Gothic styles, an approach he described as 'unity by inclusion'.

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Sir John Ninian Comper 1864-1960 church architect designed this chapel

17 Spital, St Margaret's Convent, Aberdeen, United Kingdom where they designed