Exhibitions

Stained glass artist Harry Clarke’s intricate and highly coloured panel piece, The Song of the Mad Prince (1917) (above left) is on show from today at the National Gallery of Ireland.

7th April, 2007

Stained glass artist Harry Clarke’s intricate and highly coloured panel piece, The Song of the Mad Prince (1917) (above left) is on show from today at the National Gallery of Ireland.

The work was inspired by Walter de La Mare’s poem of the same name. In it, Clarke creates an aura around the image of a young man standing between his parents and the graveside of his lover.

It is one of...

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