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St Finnbarr window in the Honan Chapel,UCC,Cork, designed by Harry Clarke, and produced in his studio

Finbarr, Patron Saint of Cork Feast day Sep Stained glass by Harry Clarke, Honan Chapel, Uni College Cork.

Window by Harry Clarke Studio, found in the Church of St. Oswald & St. Edmund in Ashton-in Makerfield, Wigan, UK. Photographed by Lightworks Stained Glass, Lancashire, UK

Window by Harry Clarke Studio, found in the Church of St. Edmund in Ashton-in Makerfield, Wigan, UK.

herrshitlordii: “ Selected Details From Irish Artist Harry Clarke’s Stained Glass Windows (Sources from Flickr) “ Harry Clarke was born on March 17th, 1889 in North Frederick Street, Dublin, where his father Joshua had a decorating and stained glass...

Selected Details From Irish Artist Harry Clarke’s Stained Glass Windows ~ Harry Clarke was born on March 1889 in North Frederick Street, Dublin, where his father Joshua had a decorating and stained glass.

Harry Clarke (1889 to 1931) was undoubtedly Ireland’s greatest stained glass artist. Internationally the name of Harry Clarke is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and imaginative genius in his stained glass work. His use of deep rich colours, his delicate depiction of beautiful elongated figures with their finely carved features and deep expressive eyes. During his short life Harry created over 160 stained glass windows for religious and commercial commissions

Harry Clarke to was undoubtedly Ireland’s greatest stained glass artist.

Gooseberries and Walnuts: Harry Clarke - A quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore

Martin of Tours 1921 - Harry Clarke - St Barrahane’s Church, Castletownshend, County Cork, Ireland, UK Photo via gooseberriesandwalnuts

One of very few windows in England designed by Harry Clarke.   This dates from 1919 and represents the Virgin & Child with St Cecilia on the left and Richard Coeur de Lion on the right, and is in memory of Mildred Clare Knowles who died in 1913 (and loved music, hence St Cecilia) and of her son, Richard Knowles who was killed in action in 1918.  Detail: Richard Coeur de Lion.

One of very few windows in England designed by Harry Clarke. This dates from 1919 and represents the Virgin & Child with St Cecilia on the left and Richard Coeur de Lion on the right, and is in memory of Mildred Clare Knowles who died in 1913 (and loved music, hence St Cecilia) and of her son, Richard Knowles who was killed in action in 1918. Detail: Richard Coeur de Lion.

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Gooseberries and Walnuts: Harry Clarke's stained glass: Church of St John the Baptist, Blackrock, County Dublin St Francis of Assisi

St. Patrick Preaching. Ballinasloe Church. - Harry Clarke  Via:  Danny of Holidays Around Ireland, an Irish tourism portal for tourists and service providers alike.

Harry Clarke window depicting Saint Patrick preaching to his disciples, commissioned in 1925 for St. Michael's Church in Ballinasloe

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George by Harry Clarke, St Brigid's Church of Ireland, Castleknock, Dublin

Ces 24 illustrations ont été créées par le peintre-verrier et illustrateur irlandais Harry Clarke qui est mort en 1931. Il était une figure importante du mouvement Arts and Crafts et il a réalisé de nombreux vitraux en Irlande. Elles ont été publiées en 1923 dans une édition du recueil de nouvelles Tales of Mystery and …

Les mystères d'Edgar Allan Poe superbement illustrés par Harry Clarke

Edgar Allen Poe’s “Tales of Mystery and Imagination” illustrations by Harry Clark, 1919

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