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This photograph depicts the chantry in the nave of a cathedral. A large column consumes the majority of the foreground of the image, while a patch of sunlight illuminates ornate carvings in the background.
Francis Bedford (British (modern))
Chantry in the Nave, Wells Cathedral
1850 – 1894
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
1979/2.103

Jonathan Taylor
Antwerp Cathedral
1932
Bequest of Jean Paul Slusser
1983/2.32

Jan C. Vondrous
St. Jacques Malines
1923
Gift of Mrs. Charles F. Weber
1992/1.162

Fratelli Alinari
Siena Cathedral
1854 – 1920
Gift of Howard and Margaret Bond
1993/2.56

English
Photograph album of German subjects
1879 – 1889
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
1994/2.22

English
Photograph Album
1860 – 1900
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
1994/2.24

David Murray
Canterbury Cathedral and Weed Grown Waste
1913
Gift of Albert M. Todd
1932.3
This highly detailed drawing in a vertical format depicts the interior of a gothic cathedral looking up at the soaring rib-vaulted ceiling. It appears as though every brick and architectural detail is rendered. The image provides a view into the choir and a transept to the right, which is decorated with a very ornate rose window. <br />
John Coney
Beauvais Cathedral
1823
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2012/2.192

Isräel Silvestre
Eglise de Saint Jean de Lyon
1621 – 1691
Museum Purchase
1964/1.131
Three gondolas in the foreground are in a river, steering toward a bridge on the right side of the scene. Two figures are steering in the foremost, center gondola, of which only a section can be seen. In the middle ground is a group of buildings, with a cluster of trees on the left. In the background, a cathedral rises up in the center left. The cathedral is created with much lighter lines, and blends in to the background.
Auguste Louis Lepère (French (culture or style))
Marché aux Légumes, Amiens (The Vegetable Market)
1907
Gift of Mr. James Shearer II
1967/2.44

George W. Wilson
Lincoln Cathedral, Triforium in choir
1870 – 1880
Transfer from the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
1980/1.192
This work is an etching showing a river and a cathedral on the other side. The river runs through the main portion of the work, with a paved river bank along the right hand side with several fishermen on it. There are two boats along the right side of the river and a few smaller boats in the background. In the distance is a bridge over the river and on the opposite bank there is a large cathedral with two towers and some trees behind it. 
Wilfred Byron Shaw
The Heart of Paris
1916 – 1926
Gift of Wilfred B. Shaw
1953/1.33
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