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Cistercian Gallery

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Choose from 90 pictures in our Cistercian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Crypt of Kirkstall Abbey (Liber Studiorum, part VIII, plate 39), February 11, 1812 Featured Print

Crypt of Kirkstall Abbey (Liber Studiorum, part VIII, plate 39), February 11, 1812

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The Ruins of Mellifont Abbey, 1898. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The Ruins of Mellifont Abbey, 1898. Creator: Unknown

The Ruins of Mellifont Abbey, 1898. Cistercian abbey on the River Mattock, close to Drogheda in County Louth, Ireland was William of Orange's headquarters in 1690 during the Battle of the Boyne. From "Our Own Country, Volume III". [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, 1898]

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Netley Abbey, 1776. Artist: Richard Godfrey Featured Print

Netley Abbey, 1776. Artist: Richard Godfrey

Netley Abbey, 1776. Ruined late medieval monastery in the village of Netley near Southampton in Hampshire. The abbey was founded in 1239 by the Bishop of Winchester as a house for Roman Catholic monks of the austere Cistercian order. Its ruins became a source of inspiration for Romantic writers and poets. Netley is the most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England. A pair of gentlemen visit the ruined south transept in 1776. Of particular interest is the high vault of the church, which has since collapsed. Published June 1st 1776 by F.Blyth

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