Sidney Harold Meteyard (1868-1947) was an English art teacher, painter and stained-glass designer. A member of the Birmingham Group, he worked in a late Pre-Raphaelite style heavily influenced by Edward Burne-Jones and the Arts and Crafts Movement. He was also a friend of William Morris, and worked across a wide variety of media from his Birmingham studio in Livery Street. He was involved in the painting of a set of murals for Birmingham Town Hall, and later produced works in stained glass, enamel and tempera, as well as illustrating a number of books including a notable edition of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "The Golden Legend".
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