Arthur Cadogan Blunt


Arthur Cadogan Blunt (1860–1934) was the son of the Rev. Gerald Blunt, rector of Chelsea, and brother of the Chelsea historian Reginald Blunt. He studied architecture, but became 'a designer and black-and-white artist', and as a young man he worked as an archaeological draughtsman and photographer. He was involved in laying out military cemeteries in France during the First World War. He designed the lectern, coronas and altar for St Luke's Church, Chelsea, and carried out interior decorative work for Edwin Lutyens in London and India. He also designed church windows. He was a member of the Chelsea Arts Club. 1


1: The Times, 6 June 1934, p. 9.