He was a children's book illustrator and a well-known designer of stained glass.
For full biographical notes see part 1, and for earlier works by Clarke, see parts 1 and 2 also.
This is part 3 of a 7-part series on the works of Harry Clarke:
1920 The Years At The Spring:
|The Year's at the Spring dust jacket|
"And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow"
|Introduction page illustration|
|Acknowledgement page illustration|
|Acknowledgement end page illustration|
|Contents page illustration|
|List of Illustrations page|
|List of Illustrations end page|
|“April, April, laugh thy girlish laughter!”|
|The Fiddler of Dooney |
"When we come at the end of time, to Peter sitting in state"
|“I bring for you, aglint with dew, a little lovely dream”|
|The Donkey |
"With monstrous head and sickening cry and ears like errant wings"
|Sea Fever |
"All I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying"
|A Ballad of the Captains|
“… drumming up the channel, haling prizes in their wake”
|A Ballad of the Captains |
“With a dead Hidalgo’s daughter as a dower for the day”
“Demi-silked dark-haired musicians”
|The Song of the Mad Prince |
“All time’s delight hath she for narrow bed”
|The Shepperdess |
"She walks - the lady of my delight-a shepperdess of sheep"
|The Dead |
“Honour has come back, as a king, to earth”
|The Great Lover|
"Out on the wind of time, shining and streaming"
|The Great Lover |
"Moist black earthen mould;... and high places: footprints in the dew"
|If I had a Broomstick|
“If I had a broomstick… over the tops of the chimneys I’d guide it”
|The Dying Patriot |
"And the dead robed in red and sea-lilies overhead sway when the long winds blow"
|The Dying Patriot|
"I saw them march from Dover, long ago"
“How is your trade, Aquarius, this frosty night?”
|Overheard on a Saltmarsh |
"Give me your beads. I desire them. No."
|The Coming Spring |
"With magic Key…unlocking buds that keep the roses"
|Alms in Autumn|
"They'll set the realms of fairyland all dancing with delight"
|Very Nearly! |
“All alone, those rocks amid–one night I very nearly did!”
|All is Spirit and Part of Me |
“I am born of a thousand storms, and grey with the rushing rains”
|Black and White|
“Midst of all was a cold white face”