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Abbreviations used for studios/artists
docDocumentedPrimary source to support the attribution.
litLiteratureSecondary source to support the attribution.
sgnSignedThe window is signed with name, initials or mark.
attribAttributedA likely attribution.
defDefinitelyThe attribution is made with confidence.
Abbreviations used for dates
docDocumentedPrimary source to support the given date.
litLiteratureSecondary source to support the given date.
sgnSignedDate appearing on the glass along with the signature or mark.
inscInscribedA date formally painted as part of the inscription.
plaqPlaqueA date appearing on a plaque nearby.
memMemorialA date of death appearing either on the glass or on a plaque nearby; note that the date of installation of a window could vary greatly from the memorial date.
circaCircaA likely date.
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Leixlip
St Mary
Reference: 111270

W01
chancel; south
One large classical opening, 2790mm x 1470mm.

studio James Powell & Sons; London (doc)
cartoonist Penwarden, Ernest (doc)
date 1917 (doc)
Archives of James Powell & Sons, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Iconography
Lucan
St Andrew
Reference: 111280

W10
north transept; north
Three lancets, 2740mm x 360mm and three intersecting tracery lights.

This was originally the east window of the sanctuary and, at the time of the survey, there were plans to revert to this liturgical arrangement.

studio An Tur Gloine; Dublin (doc)
artist O'Brien, Catherine (1881-1963) (doc)
An Tur Gloine, List of Principal Windows, 1903-1928, National Gallery of Ireland, Centre for Study of Irish Art

date 1924 (lit)
Nicola Gordon Bowe, David Caron, Michael Wynne: Gazetteer of Irish Stained Glass, Dublin, Irish Academic Press, 1988

Iconography
Lucan
St Andrew
Reference: 111280

W11
nave; north; east-most
Three lancets, 2740mm x 360mm and three intersecting tracery lights.

studio James Powell & Sons; London (doc)
cartoonist Penwarden, Ernest (doc)
date 1924 (doc)
Archives of James Powell & Sons, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Iconography