1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”All I ask is a windy day with white clouds flying” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”All I ask is a windy day with white clouds flying” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”… drumming up the channel, haling prizes in their wake” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”… drumming up the channel, haling prizes in their wake” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”With magic key … unlocking buds that keep the roses” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”With magic key … unlocking buds that keep the roses” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”And the dead robed in red and sea-lilies overhead sway when the long winds blow” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”And the dead robed in red and sea-lilies overhead sway when the long winds blow” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”If I had a broomstick” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”If I had a broomstick” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”I bring for you, aglint with dew, a little lovely dream” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”I bring for you, aglint with dew, a little lovely dream” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”Midst of all was a cold white face” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”Midst of all was a cold white face” from The Year’s at the Spring via

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1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”They’ll set the realms of Fairyland all dancing with delight” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”They’ll set the realms of Fairyland all dancing with delight” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”Out on the wind of Time, shining and streaming … ” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”Out on the wind of Time, shining and streaming … ” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”April, April, laugh thy girlish laughter” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”April, April, laugh thy girlish laughter” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”I am born of a thousand storms and grey with the rushing rains” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”I am born of a thousand storms and grey with the rushing rains” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”Honour has come back, as a king, to earth” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”Honour has come back, as a king, to earth” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”She walks - the lady of my delight - a shepherdess of sheep” from The Year’s at the Spring via

1920 Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931) ~ ”She walks - the lady of my delight - a shepherdess of sheep” from The Year’s at the Spring via

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