Henry Patrick Clarke (1887 - 1931)
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Occupation Artist - famed stained window artist and illustrator
Born 17 MAR 1887 33 North Frederick Street, Dublin
Died 6 JAN 1931 Coire, Switzerland (Tuberculosis)
Born Henry Patrick Clarke. Educated Belvedere College and Dublin Metropolitan School of Art.
Harry Clarke was born on March 17th, 1889 in North Frederick Street, Dublin, where his father Joshuahad a decorating and stained glass business. While still at school with the Jesuits in Belvedere, Clarke showed promise in drawing and art and was described as a reserved and sensitive boy. He was apprenticed in 1905 for 5 years to his father's business while attending schools of art in Dublin and London for periods in between. By 1914, he had studied, exhibited, won a travelling studentship,and travelled to Paris and Chartres. His first stained glass commission was for the windows of the Honan chapel in University College Cork, which was completed in 1917. Between 1917 and his early death in 1931, in spite of ill health, he carried out over forty commissions for churches in Ireland, Great Britain and elsewhere. One of his most famous works is the Geneva Window, commissioned by the state for the International Labour Building of the United Nations.
|Joshua Joseph CLARK||Bridget MACGONAGLE|
|Henry Patrick Clarke 1887 - 1931|
|Ann CLARKE||Michael CLARKE||David CLARKE|
Father Joshua Joseph CLARK 1859 - 1921
Mother Bridget MACGONAGLE 1860 - 1903
Spouse Margaret Crilley
Siblings: Fanny Lilian CLARK, Kathleen CLARK, Walter CLARKE, Florence CLARK
Henry Patrick Clarke is 1st cousin 3 times removed? to Clare Frances MAHON
Clarke tree info curated by Bazzer, Mahon family tree information curated by The wife. If you can provide help with our family tree, or would like any more information, leave a message, or email me (Pauly) and I'll sort it out.
Don't forget we have Clarkes (and Clarks) in Paul's family tree and Clarkes (and Clarks) in The wife's family tree too. Clare's great-grans maiden name was Clarke. There is no connection that we have found thus far, no we were not connected before we were married... It is a jolly common name so good luck if you are also tracing your Clarke tree...
Clarke Family of Wymering [Saturday 23 July 2005]
Clarke Family [Monday 25 July 2005]
Joshua Joseph CLARK [Friday 5 August 2005]
Harry Clarke's farm not the farm toys our Harry has, but Purbrook farm in 1897 [Wednesday 5 January 2011]
James CLARKE of East Meon [Friday 23 September 2011]
Clarke / Baker connection, from Stoke Newington to Canada [Monday 23 January 2012]
The more I revisit this the more I am convinced our James Clarke 1779 is this James Clarke 1777 [Thursday 10 July 2014]
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