Opening a new window on Clarke’s rare gifts

Opening a new window on Clarke’s rare gifts
A detail from the Honan Chapel windows
Harry Clarke’s was an imagination that knew no bounds, encompassing the sacred, the profane – and everything in between. A new book celebrates his genius with 12 erudite essays by experts in their field, from Ann Wilson on the Honan Chapel Windows (a revolutionary conflation of ancient Celtic mysticism and Catholicism and considered to be his masterpieces) to Angela Griffiths on Marketing the Elixir of Life, his collection of witty illustrations for Jameson Whiskey.

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