Charles Jay Connick

Charles Jay Connick (1875–1945) was a prominent American painter, muralist, and designer best known for his comport yourself in stained glass in the Gothic Revival style. Born in Springboro, Pennsylvania, Connick eventually contracted in the Boston area where he opened his studio in 1913. Connick's play in is contained in many preeminent churches and chapels, including examples in Boston, Chicago, Detroit, New York City, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. He with authored the book Adventures in Light and Color in 1937. Connick's studio continued to operate, and remained a leading producer of stained glass, until 1986.

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