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Skreen, Co. Meath: Lismullin / Lismullen Church: Ascension of Christ flanked by scenes from the life of Christ, with the Crucifiixon in the tracery Public Deposited

Skreen, Co. Meath: Lismullin / Lismullen Church: Ascension of Christ flanked by scenes from the life of Christ, with the Crucifiixon in the tracery

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  • IE TCD MS 11182/455
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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Date Created
  • created 1929
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Abstract
  • Pencil drawing for a three-light window in Lismullin / Lismullen Church, Skreen, Co. Meath of the Ascension of Christ, with scenes from the life of Christ set in medallions on the side lights, and the Crucifixion in the tracery.This window was commissioned by Lady Dillon of Longworth Hall in Hereford in memory of her late husband, John Fox Dillon (1843–1925), and designed by Harry Clarke, with drawings by Philip Deegan submitted to the patrons. The window was transferred to St. Patrick’s Church in Trim after Lismullin Church was demolished in 1964 as a result of the Church of Ireland’s ‘Sparsely Populated Areas Commission’ report. It was sold to a private collector at a Sotheby’s auction in 2006.
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  • Clarke Stained Glass Studios Collection
Series title
  • Clarke Studios: Designs and Plans
Provenance
  • Acquired by Trinity College Library from David Clarke, October 2002
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  • Irish
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  • 0119484

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