Last Saturday, I mentioned that I had found a statue to Saint Gobnait in Ireland that I loved. While researching it, I also found that the Honan Chapel in Cork features a stained glass window dedicated to Saint Gobnait. The window was designed by Harry Clarke, who was internationally known for his stained glass work and his dedication to the arts and crafts movement of Ireland. The window was crafted between 1915 and 1918, and reflects the shift between the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements. I love the rich colors and the elongated form of the Saint. I hope I get to see this in person someday!
Nice art Deco Panel.
Stained glass street number above a door on Liberty Avenue, in Bloomfield.
Art Deco window by George Maher and Louis J. Millet, originally made for a house in Evanston, IN in 1901. Photo by j l t.
Beautiful stained glass ceiling in a crematorium
Three windows by Frank Lloyd Wright at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Photo via this Art Deco website.
Panel by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Designed in 1901 for House for an Art Lover, in Belahouston, Glasgow. By Declan O’Doherty.