|Helen Moloney Collection
|Helen Moloney was a stained glass artist by trade and she worked closely though not solely with Architect Liam McCormick for several churches around Ireland. She studied in NCAD and La Grande Chaumiere in Paris. While in Paris she was deeply moved by the stained glass in Notre Dame. Upon her return she then worked as an assistant to Patrick Pollen in his studio beside An Tur Gloine, The Tower of Glass, before then setting up on her own. Helen's work can be found in many churches through Ireland and parts of England, such as St Stephen's church in Killiney, Church of the Holy Family in Southampton, England and St Aengus, Burt, Donegal. (NIVAL.ie)
|Collection Web Address
5 archive boxes containing correspondence, invoices, preparatory artwork, cartoons, photographs, and press cuttings.
|By prior appointment
|National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL)
|The Clock Building National College of Art & Design 100 Thomas Street Dublin 8
|Repository Web Address
|We are grateful for the assistance provided by Anne Hodge, Administrator, in compiling a list for the original Directory.