Hone, Evie

Eva Sydney ‘Evie’ Hone (1894-1955) was one of the leading stained glass artists of the twentieth century, yet she only turned to glass in the 1930s. By this time, her study of painting had given her a deep understanding of colour and design, that allowed her works to have an exceptionally powerful and direct dialogue with the viewer. She initially worked at An Túr Gloine before setting up her own studio, also in Dublin.

Sources:
Deirdre McMahon in Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopaedia
Evie Hone on Wikipedia