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Illustration Collection (page 6)

Background imageIllustration Collection: West Kennet Long Barrow J880279

West Kennet Long Barrow J880279
WEST KENNET LONG BARROW, AVEBURY, Wiltshire. Neolithic ceremony reconstruction drawing by Judith Dobie (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Augustines Abbey J970020

St Augustines Abbey J970020
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Reconstruction drawing of the late saxon church. Watercolour by Peter URMSTON. The churches now joined by a rotunda

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Augustines Abbey J000090

St Augustines Abbey J000090
ST AUGUSTINEs ABBEY, Canterbury, Kent. Aerial view reconstruction drawing of the Anglo-Saxon church by Peter URMSTON

Background imageIllustration Collection: Viking defences of York J940081

Viking defences of York J940081
Reconstruction drawing by Chris Evans, English Heritage Graphics Team. Refurbishing the City Defences at York during the Viking Age

Background imageIllustration Collection: Greenshiel, Lindisfarne. 9th century J940323

Greenshiel, Lindisfarne. 9th century J940323
LINDISFARNE PRIORY, Holy Island, Northumberland. Birds eye reconstruction drawing of 9th Century Anglo Saxon settlement at Greenshiel, Lindisfarne by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageIllustration Collection: Monks cell, Mount Grace Priory J870069

Monks cell, Mount Grace Priory J870069
MOUNT GRACE PRIORY, North Yorkshire. Cutaway reconstruction drawing of monks cells by Ivan LAPPER

Background imageIllustration Collection: The forum at Wroxeter J980160

The forum at Wroxeter J980160
WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. Aerial reconstruction of the forum as it may have looked by Ivan LAPPER

Background imageIllustration Collection: Pickering Castle J890154

Pickering Castle J890154
PICKERING CASTLE, North Yorkshire. Motte and bailey (stone castle). Reconstruction drawing by Simon Hayfield

Background imageIllustration Collection: Baths basilica, Wroxeter Roman City J980154

Baths basilica, Wroxeter Roman City J980154
WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. Reconstruction drawing of the interior of the baths basilica by Ivan LAPPER

Background imageIllustration Collection: Kirby Hall J880055

Kirby Hall J880055
KIRBY HALL, Northamptonshire. Interior view of the hall as it might have appeared in the early 17th century. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper

Background imageIllustration Collection: Anglo Saxon Monk N080565

Anglo Saxon Monk N080565
TYNEMOUTH PRIORY, Tyne and Wear. Reconstruction drawing by Graham Sumner of an Anglo-Saxon monk

Background imageIllustration Collection: Danebury Hill Fort J920870

Danebury Hill Fort J920870
DANEBURY HILL FORT, Hampshire. Reconstruction drawing by Karen Guffogg. Celtic Iron Age, approx. 2nd century BC

Background imageIllustration Collection: William the Conqueror at Old Sarum J030099

William the Conqueror at Old Sarum J030099
OLD SARUM, Wiltshire. Reconstruction drawing of William the Conqueror receiving the barons in 1086, by Peter Dunn (English Heritage Graphics Team)

Background imageIllustration Collection: Ploughing J910040

Ploughing J910040
Reconstruction drawing of present day view of tractor ploughing field by Judith Dobie, English Heritage Graphics Team. Farming

Background imageIllustration Collection: The Last Supper EMM01 / 01 / 057

The Last Supper EMM01 / 01 / 057
St Marys Church, Madley, Herefordshire. Watercolour by Elsie Matley Moore of the stained glass in the east window of the apse in the chancel of St Marys Church

Background imageIllustration Collection: Massacre of the Innocents EMM01 / 01 / 019

Massacre of the Innocents EMM01 / 01 / 019
St Michael and All Angels Church, Ledbury, Herefordshire. Watercolour by Elsie Matley Moore of a stained glass window depicting the Massacre of the Innocents, in St Michael and All Angels Church

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Mary of Egypt EMM01 / 01 / 002

St Mary of Egypt EMM01 / 01 / 002
St Giles Church, Bredon, Worcestershire. Watercolour by Elsie Matley Moore of a stained glass window depicting St Mary of Egypt in St Giless Church. 1940-1943

Background imageIllustration Collection: Details of St Pauls MD66_00109

Details of St Pauls MD66_00109
St Pauls Cathedral, London. Various details including screen to North West Chapel. Measured drawing, date uncertain

Background imageIllustration Collection: Kings College drawing MD60_00298

Kings College drawing MD60_00298
Kings College, University Of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Detail of stone screen to side chapels. Measured drawing produced in 1900

Background imageIllustration Collection: Cloister IC041_002

Cloister IC041_002
FURNESS ABBEY, Cumbria. Reconstruction drawing, by Claire Thorne, depicting the cloister at Furness Abbey, as it may have appeared from about the mid-thirteenth century onwards

Background imageIllustration Collection: Church Door, Westhall MD41_00052

Church Door, Westhall MD41_00052
St Andrews Church, Westhall, Suffolk. Sketch of the interior of St Andrews Church, showing the original Norman arch that formed the west entrance to the church

Background imageIllustration Collection: Church Door, Shere MD41_00051

Church Door, Shere MD41_00051
St James Church, The Square, Shere, Shere, Surrey. Sketch showing the west door. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1922

Background imageIllustration Collection: Church Door, Nately Scures MD41_00050

Church Door, Nately Scures MD41_00050
St Swithins Church, Nately Scures, Newnham, Hampshire. Sketch showing the north door. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1916

Background imageIllustration Collection: Church Door, South Cove MD41_00049

Church Door, South Cove MD41_00049
St Lawrences Church, South Cove, Suffolk. Sketch showing the north door. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1911

Background imageIllustration Collection: East Barsham Manor MD41_00048

East Barsham Manor MD41_00048
East Barsham Manor House, Fakenham Road, East Barsham, Barsham, Norfolk. A view from the south-east showing the front elevation. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1908

Background imageIllustration Collection: Moat Hall Parham MD41_00044

Moat Hall Parham MD41_00044
Moat Hall, Parham, Suffolk. The north elevation of Moat Hall, seen from across the moat. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1913

Background imageIllustration Collection: Moat Hall Parham MD41_00043

Moat Hall Parham MD41_00043
Moat Hall, Parham, Suffolk. A view from the north-west. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1913

Background imageIllustration Collection: Holy Trinity Blythburgh MD41_00042

Holy Trinity Blythburgh MD41_00042
Holy Trinity Church, Church Lane, Blythburgh, Suffolk. Interior of Holy Trinity Church, showing the font. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1911

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Marys Halesworth MD41_00039

St Marys Halesworth MD41_00039
St Marys Church, Halesworth, Halesworth, Suffolk. Sketch showing the north porch. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1913

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Marys Worstead MD41_00040

St Marys Worstead MD41_00040
St Marys Church, Church Plain, Worstead, Norfolk. Sketch of the interior of the west end ofs Marys Church, showing the font and tower screen. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1905

Background imageIllustration Collection: Winchester College MD41_00035

Winchester College MD41_00035
Winchester College, Winchester, Hampshire. A schoolroom at Winchester College. Pencil drawing by Charles Bannerman Phillips dated 1909

Background imageIllustration Collection: Cliffords Tower MP_CLI0030

Cliffords Tower MP_CLI0030
CLIFFORDs TOWER, YORK CASTLE, North Yorkshire. Hand coloured sketch elevations of the exterior south and west faces of Cliffords Tower. Drawing by Frank Baines, H.M

Background imageIllustration Collection: Our Lady of Sorrows, Effingham ME001148

Our Lady of Sorrows, Effingham ME001148
Our Lady Of Sorrows Church, Effingham, Surrey. Pen and ink sketch dated 1944. Part of the Peter F. Anson Collection of illustrations of Roman Catholic churches

Background imageIllustration Collection: Market Cross Cheddar CGH01_02_01_017

Market Cross Cheddar CGH01_02_01_017
Market Cross, Cheddar, Somerset. View from the north with St Andrews Church in the background. Watercolour painting signed by William Alexander (d.1815). Artwork collected by C G Harper

Background imageIllustration Collection: Lacock Village Cross CGH01_02_01_014

Lacock Village Cross CGH01_02_01_014
Village Cross, High Street, Lacock, Wiltshire. A view from the north-west, with the Red Lion Inn in the background. Watercolour painting possibly by William Alexander (d.1815)

Background imageIllustration Collection: Bristol High Cross CGH01_02_01_007

Bristol High Cross CGH01_02_01_007
Bristol High Cross, Stourhead, Stourton With Gasper, Wiltshire. Watercolour painting possibly by William Alexander (d.1815). Artwork collected by C G Harper

Background imageIllustration Collection: Churchyard Cross, Somersby CGH01_02_01_005

Churchyard Cross, Somersby CGH01_02_01_005
Cross, St Margarets Church, Somersby, Lincolnshire. Watercolour painting possibly by William Alexander (d.1815) showing a view from the south-east of the cross in the churchyard

Background imageIllustration Collection: Market Cross, Bishops Lydeard CGH01_02_01_006

Market Cross, Bishops Lydeard CGH01_02_01_006
Market Cross, Bishops Lydeard, Somerset. Watercolour painting possibly by William Alexander (d.1815) showing the fifteenth century Market Cross, now in the churchyard of St Marys Church

Background imageIllustration Collection: Mercian Cross CGH01_02_01_004

Mercian Cross CGH01_02_01_004
Mercian Cross, St Mary And St Johns Church, Rothley, Leicestershire. Watercolour painting possibly by William Alexander (d.1815) showing the Mercian cross shaft in the churchyard

Background imageIllustration Collection: Nevilles Cross CGH01_02_01_001

Nevilles Cross CGH01_02_01_001
Nevilles Cross, Crossgate Peth, Durham. A nineteenth century watercolour painting of the remains of the Early Medieval cross. Artwork collected by C G Harper

Background imageIllustration Collection: Dark Age Cornish King J940332

Dark Age Cornish King J940332
TINTAGEL CASTLE, Cornwall. Dark Age Cornish King. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper

Background imageIllustration Collection: Sherborne Old Castle J960265

Sherborne Old Castle J960265
SHERBORNE OLD CASTLE, Dorset. The Central Buildings. Reconstruction drawing, by Philip Corke, depicting the outer courtyard at Sherborne Old Castle as it may have appeared in the twelfth century

Background imageIllustration Collection: Archer J870186

Archer J870186
BEESTON CASTLE, Cheshire. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper. Archer firing arrow through arrow slit

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070179

St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070179
ST PETERs CHURCH, Barton-on-Humber, Lincolnshire. Reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of the interior of the church showing the congregation in the late 18th century

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070178

St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070178
ST PETERs CHURCH, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of the interior of the church in the 15th century showing a priest at the altar

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070175

St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070175
ST PETERs CHURCH, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of baptism in the Anglo-Saxon church

Background imageIllustration Collection: St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070174

St Peters Church, Barton-upon-Humber N070174
ST PETERs CHURCH, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire. Aerial view reconstruction drawing by Liam Wales of the church in the late 18th century

Background imageIllustration Collection: Scarborough Castle CGH01_01_0024

Scarborough Castle CGH01_01_0024
Scarborough Castle, North Yorkshire. A view from the west showing the entrance and the ruins of the keep. Drawn by C G Harper between 1892-1933



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