| Enid Chadwick|
| 26 October 1902 (1902-10-26) |
24 October 1987(1987-10-24) (aged 84)
My Book of the Church's Year
Enid Mary Chadwick (1902–1987) was a British artist known for religious art.
Enid Chadwick lived in Walsingham for more than fifty years. She came to Walsingham from Brighton in 1934. She was the daughter of a priest and attended a convent school in Oxford run by the sisters of the Society of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, whose house is now St Antony's College.
Chadwick trained at the Brighton School of Art prior to coming to Walsingham in 1934. Chadwick's painting and her personal style have made the Our Lady of Walsingham Anglican Shrine church at Walsingham what it is, and her mark is everywhere.
My Book of the Church's Year. Mowbray. 1957.
At God's Altar: Rite One. Thursday Publishers. 1978. ISBN 978-0-934502-01-6.
Teach Me Thy Way: Short Meditations for Lent. Church Literature Ass. 1971.
Saints who loved Animals. Written and illustrated by E. M. Chadwick. A. R. Mowbray & Company. 1962.
Christian Signs and Symbols. Church Literature Association. 1968.
Hope Patten, Alfred; Chadwick, Enid M. (1945). England's national shrine of Our Lady, past and present (2nd ed.).
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