Antony Hollaway (8 March 1928 - 9 August 2000) was a British stained glass designer, craftsman and sculptor.[1]

Hollaway was born and grew up in Dorset and educated there at Poole Grammar School and Bournemouth College of Art, followed by the Royal College of Art in London.[1]

The Brandon Estate in Kennington, south London features a large mural by Hollaway, commissioned by London County Council's Edward Hollamby, commemorating the Chartists' meeting at Kennington Common on 10 April 1848.[2]

Hollaway designed and made five large stained glass windows in Manchester Cathedral, installed between 1973 and 1995.[1]


  1. ^ a b c New, Keith (13 September 2000). "Tony Hollaway". The Guardian. Retrieved 12 December 2016. 
  2. ^ Pereira, Dawn (2015). "Henry Moore and the Welfare State". Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity. Tate Research Publication. Retrieved 2 October 2017.