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Artist Unknown
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Colton Storm

George W. Wilson
Presbytery, Wells
1870 – 1880
Transfer from the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
Sketch of ruins. In the foreground, piles of rubble can be see. At the back, there are a series of entrances flanked by columns.
Artist Unknown
Sketch of the Baths of Caracalla
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
This sketch shows ancient ruins. The top half of the page is left empty with sky. At the righ is an apsed portico and from it, to the left of the page, runs a wall studded with windows. In the foreground is a set of stairs with shrubbery overgrowing.
Artist Unknown
Sketch of the Baths of Caracalla
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink

James Valentine
Cathedral of Dunkeld, from "Ecosse"
Museum Purchase
Paper size: lh 32 1/2cm & rh 33cm x tw 50 3/5cm & bw 50 1/2cm. Image size: lh 24 1/2cm & rh 24cm x w 34cm.
Maurice de Vlaminck
1955 – 1965
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
A sketch of ancient ruins. At the center is a colonnaded apse that has partially collapsed. To the left, there are a series of columns. On the reverse, there is a sketch of a sculpture.
Artist Unknown
Sketch of the Baths of Caracalla
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink

Giuseppe Barberi
Elevation of a Small Domed Church
late 1740s - late 1800s
Museum Purchase

Pierre Daura
Church, Blue Outline
1955 – 1960
Gift of Martha R. Daura

Pierre Daura
Church and Presbytery
1946 – 1956
Gift of Martha R. Daura
This page of an illuminated manuscript on thin parchment is vertically oriented. Centered in the upper two-thirds of the page is a window-shaped scene of a priest celebrating mass. The priest, with red and white robes and a tonsure, holds up a communion wafer at an altar that has a bible and a communion goblet on it and an image of two figures with halos behind them. The altar and the priest’s robes are trimmed with gold leaf. Behind the priest are two kneeling figures, a man and a woman. They are in the interior of a gothic church, with stone vaulting above them. Below the scene are four lines of calligraphy with the first letter, a ‘D’, highly decorated. Decorative detailing surrounds the text and the scene. The left side consists of an ivy-like plant growing out of the "D", and the bottom and right sides have different foliate-derived design depicted in ink, tempera and gold.
French (French (culture or style))
Priest Celebrating a Mass (Leaf from the Tarleton Hours)
1425 – 1435
Museum Purchase

Joseph Cundall;Philip Henry Delmotte
Church Ruin from 'A Photographic Tour Among the Abbeys of Yorkshire'
Gift of Howard and Margaret Bond
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