BRADLEY, JOSHUA *
- Born: - Died: -
'Painter on China and Stained Glass', of Dublin, active in the 1810s, 1820s and 1830s. Joshua Bradley appears in the directories as J. Bradley & Son from 1831 onwards, the son being presumably FRANCIS B. BRADLEY. H is very rare stained-glass windows include the four lower panels representing the Evangelists in the east window of the Chapel Royal, Dublin, and the east window depicting five prophets and the four Evangelists in Swords parish church (1817).(1)
Addresses: 4 Clarendon Street, 1818-1831; 27 William Street, 1832->=1839.
(1) A.M. Fraser, 'George McAllister, Glass-Painter', Dublin Historical Record (1947-1948), 134.
2 work entries listed in chronological order for BRADLEY, JOSHUA *
|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, SWORDS, CHURCH OF ST COLUMBA (CI)|
|Nature:||E window depicting 5 prophets and 4 Evangelists. Signed and dated.|
|Refs:||Gloine, http://www.gloine.ie/gloine/diocese/building/2914/ (last visited, Sep 2015).|
|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CASTLE STREET, DUBLIN CASTLE, CHAPEL ROYAL (CI)|
|Nature:||Panels depicting four Evangelists in lower part of E. Window. Signed 'J. Bradley'. (St Matthew panel may be by James Donovan.) Probably also three lights at apex of window (four lights of central register ares 15th century continental glass). Paid £182.
A.M. Fraser, 'George McAllister, Glass-Painter', Dublin Historical Record 9 (1947-1948), 134; Myles Campbell, '"Throw open those privileged pens": The changing face of the Chapel Royal, 1815-2015' in Myles Campbell & William Derham, eds., Myles Campbell & William Derham, eds., The Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle: An Architectural History (Dublin, Office of Public Works, 2015), 125-7 (illus.).