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Stanton St Michael chancel gilded reredos with alabaster figures 1915 by Sir Ninian Comper carved by William Gough -131

Stanton St Michael chancel gilded reredos with alabaster figures 1915 by Sir Ninian Comper carved by William Gough -131

Stanton St Michael chancel gilded reredos with alabaster figures 1915 by Sir Ninian Comper carved by William Gough -127

Stanton St Michael chancel gilded reredos with alabaster figures 1915 by Sir Ninian Comper carved by William Gough -127

https://flic.kr/p/awEat7 | Kelmscott St George Perpendicular square-headed east window of chancel -156 | Kelmscott is best known from it's association with William Morris who bought Kelmscott Manor and lived there with with his wife Jane and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. It is an idyllic Cotswold village lost in a maze of country lanes on the upper reaches of the River Thames. Indeed William Morris would row from his home in London, http://www.bwthornton.co.uk/visiting-stratford-upon-avon.php

https://flic.kr/p/awEat7 | Kelmscott St George Perpendicular square-headed east window of chancel -156 | Kelmscott is best known from it's association with William Morris who bought Kelmscott Manor and lived there with with his wife Jane and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. It is an idyllic Cotswold village lost in a maze of country lanes on the upper reaches of the River Thames. Indeed William Morris would row from his home in London, http://www.bwthornton.co.uk/visiting-stratford-upon-avon.php

https://flic.kr/p/awBsRe | Kelmscott St George St George and the Dragon probably 1450-80 -158 | Kelmscott is best known from it's association with William Morris who bought Kelmscott Manor and lived there with with his wife Jane and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. It is an idyllic Cotswold village lost in a maze of country lanes on the upper reaches of the River Thames. Indeed William Morris would row from his home in London, http://www.bwthornton.co.uk/visiting-stratford-upon-avon.php

https://flic.kr/p/awBsRe | Kelmscott St George St George and the Dragon probably 1450-80 -158 | Kelmscott is best known from it's association with William Morris who bought Kelmscott Manor and lived there with with his wife Jane and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. It is an idyllic Cotswold village lost in a maze of country lanes on the upper reaches of the River Thames. Indeed William Morris would row from his home in London, http://www.bwthornton.co.uk/visiting-stratford-upon-avon.php

Chapter 11: Romanesque Revival/Richardsonian Romanesque: Werdersche Kirche Interior. Berlin, Germany. Architect: Karl Friedrich Schinkle

Chapter 11: Romanesque Revival/Richardsonian Romanesque: Werdersche Kirche Interior. Berlin, Germany. Architect: Karl Friedrich Schinkle

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