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Choose from 26 items in our Aisle Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Aisle Gallery: St. Nicholas Church: The Nave, 1886, (1898). Creator: Unknown
St. Nicholas Church: The Nave, 1886, (1898). Creator: Unknown
Aisle Gallery: Side Aisle of San Lorenzo, Florence, 1612. Creator: Jacques Callot
Side Aisle of San Lorenzo, Florence, 1612. Creator: Jacques Callot
Aisle Gallery: Interior of St. Albans Church, Holborn, late 19th century. Creator: William Hatherell
Interior of St. Albans Church, Holborn, late 19th century. Creator: William Hatherell
Aisle Gallery: Harvest at Holy Trinity Church, Cowes, Isle of Wight, pre 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Harvest at Holy Trinity Church, Cowes, Isle of Wight, pre 1913. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Aisle Gallery: Interior view of the south aisle of St Johns Chapel in the White Tower, Tower of London, 1805
Interior view of the south aisle of St Johns Chapel in the White Tower, Tower of London, 1805
Aisle Gallery: Interior of St Bartholomews Priory, Smithfield, City of London, c1880
Interior of St Bartholomews Priory, Smithfield, City of London, c1880
Aisle Gallery: Interior view of the east end of the Church of St Katherine Cree, City of London, 1840
Interior view of the east end of the Church of St Katherine Cree, City of London, 1840
Aisle Gallery: Interior of St Pauls Cathedral, City of London, 1836
Interior of St Pauls Cathedral, City of London, 1836
Aisle Gallery: Interior of the Church of St Euphemia, Rovinj, Croatia
Interior of the Church of St Euphemia, Rovinj, Croatia
Aisle Gallery: Roma - Basilica of St. Paul outside the walls, 1910
Roma - Basilica of St. Paul outside the walls, 1910
Aisle Gallery: Nave, from South Aisle, Jedburgh Abbey, c1880, (1897). Artist: Alexander Francis Lydon
Nave, from South Aisle, Jedburgh Abbey, c1880, (1897). Artist: Alexander Francis Lydon
Aisle Gallery: North Aisle, Whitby Abbey, c1880, (1897). Artist: Alexander Francis Lydon
North Aisle, Whitby Abbey, c1880, (1897). Artist: Alexander Francis Lydon
Aisle Gallery: Nave and North and South Aisle, Melrose Abbey, c1880, (1897). Artist: Alexander Francis Lydon
Nave and North and South Aisle, Melrose Abbey, c1880, (1897). Artist: Alexander Francis Lydon
Aisle Gallery: St. Stephens, Walbrook, 1890
St. Stephens, Walbrook, 1890
Aisle Gallery: Aisle of the Tombs, Chester-Le-Street Church, Durham, 1834. Artist: James Sands
Aisle of the Tombs, Chester-Le-Street Church, Durham, 1834. Artist: James Sands
Aisle Gallery: Entrance to the south aisle, Westminster Abbey, London, 1816.Artist: Sands
Entrance to the south aisle, Westminster Abbey, London, 1816.Artist: Sands
Aisle Gallery: Middle aisle of the great hall and obelisk of Thutmosis I, temple at Karnak, Thebes, Egypt, 1905
Middle aisle of the great hall and obelisk of Thutmosis I, temple at Karnak, Thebes, Egypt, 1905
Aisle Gallery: Chapel Royal - St. James Palace, c1841. Artist: William Radclyffe
Chapel Royal - St. James Palace, c1841. Artist: William Radclyffe
Aisle Gallery: The nave (looking east) of Westminster Abbey, (1843). Artist: Messrs Sly and Wilson
The nave (looking east) of Westminster Abbey, (1843). Artist: Messrs Sly and Wilson
Aisle Gallery: North aisle of Westminster Abbey, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
North aisle of Westminster Abbey, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
Aisle Gallery: Bath Abbey, Bath, Somerset, 1902-1903.Artist: Edward J Burrows
Bath Abbey, Bath, Somerset, 1902-1903.Artist: Edward J Burrows
Aisle Gallery: The Blessed Bread, c1879, (1912).Artist: Pascal Adolphe Jean Dagnan-Bouveret
The Blessed Bread, c1879, (1912).Artist: Pascal Adolphe Jean Dagnan-Bouveret
Aisle Gallery: They say yes and give their hand to the first comer, 1799. Artist: Francisco Goya
They say yes and give their hand to the first comer, 1799. Artist: Francisco Goya
Aisle Gallery: South Aisle in Canterbury Cathedral, Wngland, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon
South Aisle in Canterbury Cathedral, Wngland, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

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An aisle is a long, narrow passage or corridor that is used to separate sections of a building, such as in a theater, supermarket, or church. It is typically wider than a hallway and is used to provide access to different areas of the building. Aisles are also commonly found in aircraft, buses, and trains.
Aisles are generally used to provide a clear path for people to walk through a building. In a theater, for example, aisles are used to separate the seating areas from the stage, allowing people to move between the two without having to walk through the seating area. In a supermarket, aisles are used to separate different types of products, such as canned goods, produce, and dairy.
Aisles can also be used to provide a visual divide in a room, such as in a church or auditorium. This can help to create a sense of order and organization in a large space. Aisles can also be used to create a sense of privacy, as they can be used to separate different areas of a room.
Aisles are also used to provide a safe and efficient way for people to move around a building. For example, in an airplane, aisles are used to provide a clear path for passengers to move between their seats and the lavatories. In buses and trains, aisles are used to provide a safe and efficient way for passengers to move between their seats and the exits.
Aisles are an important part of any building, providing a safe and efficient way for people to move around. They are also used to create a sense of order and organization in a large space, as well as providing a visual divide between different areas.