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Florence Camm  (1874 - 1960)

Florence Camm's father, Thomas William Camm (1839-1912) founded family firms of stained glass designers and makers, first with his brothers John Matthew and Henry Charles as Camm Bros in 1882, and then under the name T. W. Camm & Co, from The Studio in Smethwick. Florence was one of three of nine children to join the family business to which she dedicated her life. The firm enjoyed an international reputation and received commissions from America, Spain, New Zealand and India.
c.1916: Taught art classes at the Smethwick Junior Technical School for a period.


1892-1912: Studied intermittently at the Birmingham School of Art, until 1912 the year of her father's death, leaving the school to concentrate on the family firm of stained glass design, T. W. Camm & Co.
Early 1900s: She was taught stained glass design by Henry Payne


Won a Silver medal from the Government Board of Education at South Kensington for designs in stained glass.

Works by Florence Camm 

Floral Design
Florence Camm 1900
Preliminary Drawing and Colour Scheme for "The Prodigal Son"
Florence Camm 1901
Figure Study - Seated Female Nude
Florence Camm 1897

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