The Agony in the Garden 1915, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
St.Patrick preaching to the Kings at Tara, St. Anne teaching the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Jarlath teaching lay people and St. Brigid 1915, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
The Holy Family, 1927, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin. It is a happy domestic scene where Jesus is helping St. Joseph with his carpentry and Mary is spinning.
The Crucifixion, 1919, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
The Blessed Virgin, 1908, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
St Joseph, 1908, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
Ballinrobe P.P., Dean d’Alton, commissioned eight windows for his church in 1924/25 and one for the Gallery in 1930. In their base panels each window bears the stories of Jesus, Mary and Saints created by Harry Clarke with the best of his great skill.
Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan and The Ascension, 1924, Harry Clarke.
Ecce Home and Jesus with Mary Magdelen in the Garden, 1924, Harry Clarke.
The Presentation in the Temple and The Immaculate Conception, 1925, Harry Clarke.
The Assumption and The Coronation of Our Lady in Heaven, 1925, Harry Clarke.
St Fursey and St Feichin, 1925, Harry Clarke.
St Colman and St Brendan the Navigator, 1925, Harry Clarke.
St Gormgail and St Kieran, 1925, Harry Clarke.
St Enda of Aran and St Jarlath, 1925, Harry Clarke.
St Brigid, St. Patrick and St. Colmcille, 1930, Harry Clarke.
St. Anthony and the Divine Mother, 1931, Harry Clarke Stained Glass Ltd.
Christ the King and The Assumption, 1931, Harry Clarke Stained Glass Ltd.
Christ washing the Apostles’ feet, 1931, Harry Clarke Stained Glass Ltd.
The Annunciation, 1909, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
In this church there are many other windows created by Joshua Clarke & Sons. They bear simple and beautiful designs and are located in the porches, the gallery, the mortuary and the baptistry.
The Annunciation, 1923, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
Our Lady of Lourdes, 1923, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.
St Joseph, Our Lord and Our Lady, 1932, Harry Clarke Stained Glass Ltd.This window shows a Harry Clarke’s strong influence in the design, use of the colours and etched glass technique.
Christ and the Woman from Samaria at the Well, 1923, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.This window depicts Christ and the Woman from Samaria at the Well. Christ is robed in red representing Love and the Woman in blue representing Heavenly Love. Delicate designs of typical flora and fauna from the Arans make this window peculiar. Also exotic beautiful birds and butterflies adorn the window.
The Annunciation, 1923, Joshua Clarke and Sons, Dublin.In this window the famous Harry Clarke’s technique is evident. Here he used acid on flashed blue glass in order to vary tones of the colour and reduce it down to white or clear glass. Our Lady wears a fine blue cloak and a turban.
The Last Judgement, 1931, Harry Clarke.This window was designed and created by Harry Clarke and is said to be his most magnificent work. It is also his last window he worked on before he died in January 1931. The window was commissioned by Canon MacDonald in August 1926 and placed in his church in February 1931. The window shows Christ surrounded by angels with Virgin Mary, Apostles and Blessed beneath Her on one side and St.Patrick, Apostles and Damned beneath him on the other side. The Damned’s scene is macabre and in the same time beautiful; it bears Harry’s self portrait among the mass of the damned.
The Adoration of the Magi, 1971, Harry Clarke Stained Glass Ltd.
St Patrick, 1954, Harry Clarke Stained Glass Ltd.