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Strangest Genius : The Stained Glass of Harry Clarke

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Harry Clarke (1889-1931) was undoubtedly Ireland's greatest stained-glass artist. Internationally, his name is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and imaginative genius. The use of rich colours, the delicate depiction of beautiful elongated figures with their fine-carved features and deep expressive eyes, is magical to behold. During his short life Clarke created more than 160 stained-glass windows, which can be found in churches, cathedrals, galleries, and private collections throughout the world. This book documents, for the first time, the entire stained-glass collection of Harry Clarke. Never before has every piece been brought together in one volume. Strangest Genius presents Clarke's brilliance and originality afresh to a twenty-first-century audience.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 352 pages
  • 212 x 282 x 42mm | 1,619.32g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Nonsuch Publishing
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1845889711
  • 9781845889715
  • 125,148

About Lucy Costigan

Lucy Costiganhas 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 Cullinis 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."show more

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