Martin Travers' training was almost schizophrenic: four years of imbibing Arts & Crafts philosophy under Lethaby at the Royal College of Art, followed by the rather drier atmosphere of Comper's office. He not unnaturally took some elements of his style from both experiences whilst repudiating others. His personal manner did in fact emerge very early, characterised by an unerring sense of spatial organisation in his designs, excellent lettering and a creative use of sometimes disparate historical sources.
- Peter Cormack, Journal of Stained Glass, Vol. 27