Stained Glass

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Church of Saint John the Baptist, Duhill – The Beheading of John the Baptist

In the previous post, I wrote a little about Harry Clarke. Here are a few of the windows he  made.

The Baptism of Jesus, Presentation Convent Chapel, now the Institute of Education and Celtic Culture in Dingle, County Kerry

The Geneva Window, Wolfsonian- FUI, Miami

Ballinasloe, Saint Michael’s Church, Saint Patrick and Saint Rose of Lima 

Duhill image rights here. Presentation Convent Chapel rights here. Ballinasloe rights here.

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4 Responses to Stained Glass

  1. eyegawker says:

    These are amazing, stained glass is such a beautiful medium in the way it lets light through. No wonder it was used so often in medieval churches!

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