New York: Random House, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. 428pp. Quarto [31 cm] Original black cloth with paper labels on the front board and on the backstrip. Near fine. This is the quintessential work on the art of stained glass. Contains dozens of color tipped in plates. Connick was a master artist and designer of stained glass, and was commissioned to make hundreds of windows for churches, chapels and other public buildings. Item #3826
"Beauty can preach as very few men with bundles of words can preach. I want to make beautiful interiors for both churches and souls. I want people to hear my windows singing." - Charles J. Connick.