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St Joseph's Chapel - St Columba, by Harry Clarke Studio,

Window by Harry Clarke Studio, found in the Church of St. Oswald & St

Window by Harry Clarke Studio, found in the Church of St. Oswald & St

Harry Clarke Stained Glass: Northern England's Incomparable Collection

Harry Clarke, St Enda

Harry Clarke, Eve of St. Agnes

Chapel of Our Lady and the English Martyrs - St Ambrose Barlow

Juliana Falconieri by Harry Clarke - The Church of St. Edmund, Ashton in Makerfield.

Stained glass by Harry Clarke

SAINT BRIGID CHURCH'S STRANGE GENIUS: beautiful decadent psychedelic stained glass windows by Irish maestro Harry Clarke: Haunting Celtic Renaissance ...

DURHAM, St Cuthbert. Harry Clarke. | by tin giraffe

St Oswald & St Edmund Arrowsmith RC church, Liverpool Road, Ashton-in

Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan, St Patrick (RC) Harry Clarke studios, Saint and Ship

The Finding of Our Lord in the Temple - Église St Pierre et St Paul -

Detail of the Eve of St. Agnes, a stained glass work by Harry Clarke

Harry Clarke (March 17, 1889 – January 6, 1931) was an Irish

St Oswald and St Edmund's, Ashton-in-Makerfield · Harry Clarke

Willet Studio windows at St. Designed by Colum Sharkey.

Ashton-in-Makerfield - St Oswald and St Edmund Arrowsmith

The New Church Article

Chapel of St Theresa of the Child Jesus - St Agnes, by Harry Clarke Studio , : detail

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Alphonse Mucha Stained Glass Window, St. Vitas Cathedral, Prague, Czech Republic

Images Of England

Harry Clarke, illustrations for Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination - 1923

Stained Glass Windows By Harry Clarke, Diseart Institute of Education and Celtic Culture Photographic Print

Stained glass window of St. Bridget (Brigid), in St. Bridget Catholic

St Alban

Harry Clarke Harry Clarke St. Barrahane's Church, Castletownshend, Co Cork, Republic of

Harry Clarke

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... stained glass window, originally at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary Chapel and now removed to St Peter's Church, Derby and rededicated October

Lady Madonna window from the church of Notre Dame de la Daurade, Toulouse…

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Beautiful stained glass window lies in the north chapel in the 12th century church of St

ST, Oswald's, Winwick.

contemporary stained glass poppy memorial window St Johns School Chapel Surrey by glass painter Jude Tarrant

The nave of St Marys Church, Twickenham, looking towards the chancel. Just visible is Pope's plaque on the floor slightly to the right of the furthest row ...

Bourges Cathedral - Ambulatory window. Joseph dreaming. Photo by Stan Parry

L'adoration des mages cathédrale Saint Gatien à Tours

In 1909 George Harry Storrs of Gorse Hall was stabbed to death there by an attacker who remains unknown.

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Order, Decorations, Campaign Medals and Militaria - 15003 by Spink and Son - issuu

'Romany' was the familiar name for the Methodist Reverend George Bramwell Evens (1884-1943), who wrote many books and newspaper articles on natural history, ...

Leaving the Holbein Chamber, the first glimpse of the Gallery is the fan vaulting, inspired by Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey.

23 January 2012

On the back cover of Le fait du prince is a quotation from it: 'Il y a un instant, entre la quinzième et la seizième gorgée de champagne, où tout homme est ...

Dr Tony Shaw: The Marquis de Sade in the Château de Vincennes, 12th arrondissement: Literary Île-de-France #48

Quickly establishing himself as choirmaster and organist at St Thomas's, ...

Edwardian Camping at Stone's Cottage

On Rectory Road in North Ashton – near Ashton-in-Makerfield – is the Rectory Garden Centre, which is unlike any other garden centre.

The dates of William Edward Armytage Axon (1846–1913) are only just visible on his gravestone, although he is also mentioned here in relation to his wife ...

A brief childhood home of Edna St Vincent Millay (1892—1950) at the Jonathan Dole House (built 1680), 5 Third Street, Ring's Island, Salisbury, ...

I've only just discovered that Henry David Thoreau wrote a book about Cape Cod, which is very interesting, amusing, and begins with Thoreau as an ambulance ...

Here is a photo with good definition for a change but artistically it sucks, if only because a tree is growing out of Bob Britton's head and we look over ...

Delphine de Vigan's Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit (translated into English as Nothing Holds Back the Night) takes its title from the line 'Plus rien ne ...

6 February 2012. '

15 June 2012

Dr Tony Shaw: Édouard Louis: En finir avec Eddy Bellegueule | The End of Eddy (2014)

Papa doit manger is a play by Marie NDiaye and, like much of her work, its chief concerns are the family and desertion. Here, a family consisting of Papa of ...

Thomas Bailey (1785–1856) was a journalist and poet and the father of the poet Philip James Bailey (1816–1902). He was born in Nottingham and was the owner ...

The busts of Pushkin and Nelligan testify to the friendship between Saint Petersburg and Québec city.

The poet John Clare went to a school that was then in St Benedict's, the parish church at Glinton, which is just a few miles away from Helpston.

Dr Tony Shaw

Nancy Milford: Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St. Vincent Millay (2001)

The title of Delphine de Vigan's autobiographical novel Jours sans faim is an obvious play on words: 'faim' has exactly the same pronunciation as 'fin'.

Just Ed trying to cover himself.

Highgate Cemetery #12: Ernestine Rose

Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre (1737–1814).

Ezekiel Edward

The Square des Poètes, or Jardin des Poètes, is an amazing public park adjoining the Jardin des serres (greenhouses) in Auteuil, in the 16th arrondissement.


This building in Park Square, off Mossley Road, was threatened with demolition in 2003 but was given a Grade II listing because of its historical interest.

... St. Mary's Church Room, now the village hall. TQ 656 676. © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2. Solihull, West Midlands.

Before 1904 the Rev John Thomas Hallett lived there. The house was demolished after the death of Tim's parents in 1976. This photo of the house was taken a ...

The monument, which is in the Jardin Public in Bordeaux, was conceived by the sculptor Jules Rispal, and incorporates two characters from his novels: a ...

... and his wife Charlotte began looking for a house in 1904, and found one that suited them two years later. This was a former rectory at Ayot St Lawrence, ...

The males' pool, first class.

Netherwood is the fascinating biography of a house about two and a half miles from the centre of Hastings in East Sussex, but in particular it concerns the ...

The Southernmost Point is at the end of Whitehead Street, while at the other end on nearby Duval Street is Sloppy Joe's Bar. Although 'Sloppy' Joe Russell ...

At Wilmcote in Warwickshire, Mary Arden's House, or Farm,– as it was continuously such – was the childhood home of Shakespeare's mother.

The translation of the title Une pièce montée is 'A Wedding Cake', although it could also refer to a play being put on, and indeed Vincent's fiancée ...

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28 May 2013