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Drimoleague, Co. Cork: All Saints Church: Set of nine windows Public Deposited

Drimoleague, Co. Cork: All Saints Church: Set of nine windows

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  • IE TCD MS 11182/182
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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
  • start 03-01-1957
  • end 31-12-1957
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Abstract
  • Colour design for a set of nine windows for All Saints Church in Drimoleague, Co. Cork, depicting the Catholic way of life. Attributed to William Dowling.Signatures/ Inscriptions: Top, in pencil in block letters: ‘Scheme of stained glass windows for the Catholic church Drimoleague, Co. Cork’; top, MS in pencil: ‘Subjects adjust to Baptism, Family Prayers, First Communicants, Choosing Way of Life, The Mass, Work and Play, Extreme Unction, Judgement, Ascent of Soul to Heaven’; bottom, from left: in pencil in block letters: ‘Scale half inch to one foot’, ‘1’, ‘2’; MS in pencil: ‘3’ ‘4’ ‘should show more boys and girls than 2. or else 2 gazing up the road pensively’, ‘see let[ter]’, ‘should be the mass - priest at altar and congregation’; bottom right hand side: in pencil, in block letters: ‘8’, ‘9’, ‘Harry Clarke Studios Dublin.’Materials: Pencil, pen and ink, watercolour and gouache on medium weight paper, adhered overall to mount board with cream coloured facing paper.Measurements: Design: 19 x 62 cm; mount board: 23 x 63.5 cm.
Collection title
  • 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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  • pens (drawing and writing)
  • watercolor (paint)
  • pencils (drawing and writing equipment)
  • ink
Support
  • paper (fiber product)
  • mat board
Culture
  • Irish
Source
  • 0114369

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