St. Eunan’s Cathedral,- Harry Clarke (1889 to 1931) was undoubtedly Ireland’s greatest stained glass artist. Internationally the name of Harry Clarke is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and imaginative genius in his stained glass work.

St. Eunan's Cathedral, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

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Ninth Set of Windows
Number of Windows:
10
Number of Lights:
2
Date:
1929
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St. Eunan’s Cathedral,
Letterkenny,
Co Donegal
9
Ninth Set of Windows (2 lights)


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The main background colours of the glass are white, pink, red and purple. The main tracery light has a central diamond design of blue and green, and a yellow cross with a red centre. The top section of the first window contains a green cross on a blue oval background with a thin purple border and red centre. The lower section contains a purple diamond with green diagonals and a golden centre. The top section of the second window contains a red cross with a blue background with a thin green border and green centre. The lower section contains a green, blue and purple diamond, with a yellow diagonal and red centre.

Photos Michael Cullen 2009 and Text by Lucy Costigan 2009