Strangest Genius: The Stained Glass of Harry ClarkeHardback
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- Publisher: The History Press Ltd
- Format: Hardback | 352 pages
- Dimensions: 212mm x 282mm x 42mm | 1,619g
- Publication date: 15 July 2010
- Publication City/Country: Stroud
- ISBN 10: 1845889711
- ISBN 13: 9781845889715
- Edition statement: New.
- Sales rank: 108,608
Harry Clarke (1889 to 1931) was undoubtedly Ireland's greatest stained glass artist. During his short life Harry created stained glass windows for churches, private dwellings and commercial venues throughout Ireland and England, and as far a field as the USA and Australia. Also an illustrator of books for Harrap and Co. in London, Harry illustrated five books that show his undoubted genius in the area of graphic art. In total 174 windows, and a small number of panels, were created by Harry Clarke. This book is unique in that it contains the entire stained glass collection of Harry Clarke, including those windows now in art galleries. This collection has never before been photographed or published in its entirety.This publication will give those who are unfamiliar with the brilliance and originality of Clarke's stained glass windows the opportunity to view images of his greatest creations, and perhaps in time to travel to see these wonders for themselves. .
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Lucy Costigan has written extensively on an eclectic range of subjects, from workplace politics to Celtic spirituality and healing. A lifelong student of art and an ardent visitor to stained glass sites, this is her third book. Michael Cullin is a photography graduate of Marino College. His work has been published in national newspapers and is used by several international agencies. He has traveled as far as New York to photograph the many windows of Harry Clarke.