George Walsh

  • Material: Paper, inks, glass, glass paints, charcoal, lead.
  • Objects: Church windows, exhibition of works in glass, windows in public buildings.
  • Runs Courses: No

Price range of goods produced

Over €250


Born in Dublin, was apprentice to father, George S. Walsh, who was a pupil of the late Harry Clarke. He studied painting and stained glass in the School of Art in Belfast and Dublin. Working in American Stained Glass Studios in the1960’s, he returned to Dublin working with Glass Studios. He collaborated with artists such as George Campbell, Gerry Dillon and Arthur Armstrong on stained glass commissions. In the late 1970’s he started his own studio in Ranelagh.

Selected Work