Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Greenlawn Cemetery Nahant
1894/00/00 Horace Rudy invites Charles Connick to his stained glass studio at 6230 Penn Ave. Lit by gaslight, Connick finds a fairyland so strange and lovely. Colored glass reminds him of crisp flowers glistening in frosty light, of unnamed jewels in dusky caves. Epiphany East Liberty
1899/00/00 This stain glass window in the north transept depicting the Beautitudes is donated by Mrs Frank P Hixon in memory of her late husband who was a vestryman of the church. The window was designed by Charles J Connick in cooperation with donor and the rector. Artisan Christ Church of LaCrosse La Crosse
1910/00/00 Charles Connick learns how changing light effects colored glass after he reads French architect Viollet-le-Duc's 1868 essay on stained glass and visits Chartres Cathedral in 1910. Visitor Chartres Cathedral Chartres
1915/00/00 A stained glass window by Charles J Connick is installed at the staircase landing in James Michael Curley's residence in Boston. Artisan James Michael Curley House Boston
1920/00/00 Charles Connick begins the first of about 70 stained glass windows created for the Calvary Episcopal Church between 1920 and 1939. Artisan Calvary Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
1930/00/00 Great East Window in the Fourth Church Sanctuary is dedicated. Artisan Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago Chicago
1932/00/00 Cathedral of Saint John the Divine's Rose Window by Charles Connick is installed. Artisan Cathedral of Saint John the Divine New York City
1935/00/00 Monastery Chapel, built in the French Romanesque style, features classic pillars and arches made from Indiana limestone, marble floors in the choir and sanctuary and stained glass windows designed by Charles J Connick. Artisan Conventual Church of St Mary and St John, Cambridge Cambridge, MA
1943/00/00 The original window over the front door is replaced by a stained glass Rose Window, a memorial gift by Betty Cram for her father and mother. It depicts the Nativity, the Annunciation, the Archangel Raphael and St Elizabeth of Hungary. Artisan St Elizabeth's Chapel, Sudbury Sudbury, MA
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