St Mark's Church, Dundela, Belfast
James Powell & Sons, 1912
This website contains factual information and photographs of every stained-glass window throughout the Church of Ireland. The research, which was carried out by Dr David Lawrence, began in 1991 and concluded in 2017. The work was funded by the Representative Church Body of the Church of Ireland; the Heritage Council; Northern Ireland Built Heritage; the Irish Georgian Society and the All Churches Trust.
The survey has revealed previously unrecorded examples of nineteenth century ecclesiastical art of exceptional quality from Irish, English and German artists and studios as well as recording better known work by twentieth century Irish artists.
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