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Harry Patrick Clarke Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Harry Patrick Clarke collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Morella, c1920. Artist: Harry Clarke
Morella, c1920. Artist: Harry Clarke
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Riquet with the Tuft. From Charles Perraults Fairy Tales. Water-Colour Drawing, 1923
Riquet with the Tuft. From Charles Perraults Fairy Tales. Water-Colour Drawing, 1923
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Half-Title of Goethes Faust, 1925. Artist: Harry Clarke
Half-Title of Goethes Faust, 1925. Artist: Harry Clarke
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Faust Illustration, 1925. Artist: Harry Clarke
Faust Illustration, 1925. Artist: Harry Clarke
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Queens Who Cut the Bogs of Glanna, Judith of Scripture, and Glorianna, 1910
Queens Who Cut the Bogs of Glanna, Judith of Scripture, and Glorianna, 1910
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We Named Lucrezia Crivelli and Titians Lady, c1910. Artist: Harry Clarke
We Named Lucrezia Crivelli and Titians Lady, c1910. Artist: Harry Clarke
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The Meeting, c1918. Artist: Harry Clarke
The Meeting, c1918. Artist: Harry Clarke
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Queens Who Cut the Bogs of Glanna, Judith of Scripture, and Glorianna, 1910. Artist: Harry Clarke Featured Print

Queens Who Cut the Bogs of Glanna, Judith of Scripture, and Glorianna, 1910. Artist: Harry Clarke

Queens Who Cut the Bogs of Glanna, Judith of Scripture, and Glorianna, 1910. One of the Queens? Panels designed for the library of Laurence Waldron's library in Marino, Ballybrack, Killiney, Co. Dublin. The inspiration for the panels was the poem by John Millington Synge (1871-1909) entitled Queens. From The Studio Volume 78, [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1919-20]

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