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Marie Mullan tells the amazing story of Harry Clarke, Ireland’s most famous stained glass artist, who was commissioned by the Irish Government to design a window for the International Labour Office in Geneva. It represented the Irish Literary Revival and portrayed poems, plays and novels, chosen by Harry Clarke and WB Yeats.The final window was rejected by the government and never installed, and remained hidden away for many years. Marie Mullan BA HDip is a retired teacher, who specialised in Adult Literacy and Basic EducationBooking essentialAlison Earleyt: 028 9040 1365e: firstname.lastname@example.org