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"Madeline" by Harry Clarke (Design for the Eve of St. Agnes Window at The Irish School) Pencil, watercolour on paper.

Harry Clarke was an Irish stained glass artist, painter and book illustrator born on St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin.

The Snow Queen, illustration for Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales (1916) by Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889–1931).

The Snow Queen (detail) by Harry Clarke (Irish, for Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales, 1916

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.

Irish Artist Harry Clarke , 1928, design for panel, based on Yeats' "Countess Cathleen"- 50 Watts

Harry Clarke - Design for panel, Geneva Window, based on Yeats' "Countess Cathleen"

These rare images, drawn to accompany an early collection of Poe's darker short stories, hearken back to a golden age of commercial illustration.

The Beautiful Illustrations That Made Poe’s Stories Terrifying In 1919

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

Stained glass window by Harry Clark; Edmund in Ashton-in Makerfield, England, photographed by Lightworks Stained Glass

By Harry Clarke (stained glass)

Sturminster Newton, Dorset SE aisle window, by Harry Clarke of Dublin, 1921 - Virgin and child flanked by St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Ba.

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