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Rose Window Collection

Background imageRose Window Collection: Interior of the Sainte Chapelle, view from the entrance, 1865-1939. Creator: Daniel Jordens

Interior of the Sainte Chapelle, view from the entrance, 1865-1939. Creator: Daniel Jordens
Interior of the Sainte Chapelle, view from the entrance, 1865-1939

Background imageRose Window Collection: 'Nos regions Devastees; Interieur de l'eglise de Maurupt (Marne), 1914. Creator: Unknown

'Nos regions Devastees; Interieur de l'eglise de Maurupt (Marne), 1914. Creator: Unknown
'Nos regions Devastees; Interieur de l'eglise de Maurupt (Marne), 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I". [L'Illustration, Paris, 1926]

Background imageRose Window Collection: Les destructions de monuments a Reims; Premier etage de l'Hotel-Dieu de Reims, 1916

Les destructions de monuments a Reims; Premier etage de l'Hotel-Dieu de Reims, 1916. Creator: Unknown
Les destructions de monuments a Venise et a Reims; Premier etage de l'Hotel-Dieu vu de l'arrivee du grand escalier: au fond

Background imageRose Window Collection: The International Exhibition: design for the east window of St. George's Church... 1862

The International Exhibition: design for the east window of St. George's Church... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The International Exhibition: design for the east window of St. George's Church, Doncaster, by Hardman and Co. of Birmingham, 1862

Background imageRose Window Collection: The Church of the Holy Trinity, Lee, Kent, 1864

The Church of the Holy Trinity, Lee, Kent, 1864. 'This church was consecrated by the Bishop of London on the 19th of November last

Background imageRose Window Collection: Facade of a Gothic Revival Church, 1745-76. Creator: Attributed to Henry Keene

Facade of a Gothic Revival Church, 1745-76. Creator: Attributed to Henry Keene
Facade of a Gothic Revival Church, 1745-76. Attributed to Henry Keene

Background imageRose Window Collection: Pointed Arches, Sculptural Saints, and Rose Window on Unidentified Cathedral, 1880s

Pointed Arches, Sculptural Saints, and Rose Window on Unidentified Cathedral, 1880s

Background imageRose Window Collection: Wilton Church, Facade and Bell Tower, 1850s. Creator: Unknown

Wilton Church, Facade and Bell Tower, 1850s. Creator: Unknown
Wilton Church, Facade and Bell Tower, 1850s

Background imageRose Window Collection: Wilton, 1850s. Creator: Unknown

Wilton, 1850s. Creator: Unknown
Wilton, 1850s

Background imageRose Window Collection: Rose Window, 1850s. Creator: Unknown

Rose Window, 1850s. Creator: Unknown
Rose Window, 1850s

Background imageRose Window Collection: Rose Window, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, 1841. Creator

Rose Window, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, 1841. Creator
Rose Window, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris, 1841

Background imageRose Window Collection: The Rose Window, 1908. Creator: Unknown

The Rose Window, 1908. Creator: Unknown
The Rose Window, 1908. View of the exterior of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, with boats on the River Seine in the foreground. After an etching by Andrew F. Affleck

Background imageRose Window Collection: Winchester Palace, London, SE1, England, 3 / 9 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies; Davies, Ethel

Winchester Palace, London, SE1, England, 3 / 9 / 10. Creator: Ethel Davies; Davies, Ethel
Winchester Palace, 3/9/10. Detail of the tracery remains of the Rose Window. The window would have once been filled with stained glass

Background imageRose Window Collection: The Modern North Front and the Main Entrance to the Abbey, c1935. Creator: Unknown

The Modern North Front and the Main Entrance to the Abbey, c1935. Creator: Unknown
The Modern North Front and the Main Entrance to the Abbey, c1935. The north facade and rose window of Westminster Abbey in London, the medieval church traditionally used for royal weddings

Background imageRose Window Collection: Old St. Paul s. - The Interior, Looking East, (1897). Creator: Unknown

Old St. Paul s. - The Interior, Looking East, (1897). Creator: Unknown
Old St. Paul s. - The Interior, Looking East, (1897). The medieval cathedral of St Paul in the City of London was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666

Background imageRose Window Collection: Stained glass window with the rose window of the Monastery of San Cugat del Valles

Stained glass window with the rose window of the Monastery of San Cugat del Valles

Background imageRose Window Collection: Westminster Abbey, London, 1804. Artist: Samuel Rawle

Westminster Abbey, London, 1804. Artist: Samuel Rawle
Westminster Abbey, London, 1804

Background imageRose Window Collection: Westminster Abbey, London, 1816. Artist: John Coney

Westminster Abbey, London, 1816. Artist: John Coney
Westminster Abbey, London, 1816

Background imageRose Window Collection: North door of Westminster Abbey, London, c1810. Artist

North door of Westminster Abbey, London, c1810. Artist
North door of Westminster Abbey, London, c1810

Background imageRose Window Collection: Winchester Palace, Southwark, London, c1814. Artist: George Hawkins

Winchester Palace, Southwark, London, c1814. Artist: George Hawkins
Winchester Palace, Southwark, London, c1814. Section of the dining hall showing the roof and circular window. Built in the 13th century

Background imageRose Window Collection: North-west view of the ruins of Winchester Palace, Southwark, London, c1900 (1906)

North-west view of the ruins of Winchester Palace, Southwark, London, c1900 (1906). Winchester Palace was a 12th century palace which served as the London townhouse of the Bishops of Winchester

Background imageRose Window Collection: The Portal of the Abbey of St Genevieve, 1915

The Portal of the Abbey of St Genevieve, 1915. From Paris Past and Present. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1915]

Background imageRose Window Collection: Notre Dame de Paris, France, late 19th or early 20th century. Artist: Photographic Company

Notre Dame de Paris, France, late 19th or early 20th century. Artist: Photographic Company
Notre Dame de Paris, France, late 19th or early 20th century. The Gothic Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris was begun in the 12th century. The western facade was built between c1200 and 1225

Background imageRose Window Collection: Facade of Siena Cathedral, Italy, late 19th or early 20th century

Facade of Siena Cathedral, Italy, late 19th or early 20th century. The lower part of the facade with its three portals was designed by Giovanni Pisano in Tuscan Gothic style in the 1280s

Background imageRose Window Collection: Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, France, late 19th or early 20th century

Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, France, late 19th or early 20th century. The facade of the cathedral of Notre Dame de Reims, where the Kings of France used to be crowned

Background imageRose Window Collection: Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, France, 1882-1884. Artist: Gautier

Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, France, 1882-1884. Artist: Gautier
Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Reims, France, 1882-1884. Detail of the facade of the cathedral, where the kings of France used to be crowned

Background imageRose Window Collection: Cathedral and Main Street, Queenstown, Ireland, c late 19th century. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Cathedral and Main Street, Queenstown, Ireland, c late 19th century. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Cathedral and Main Street, Queenstown, Ireland, c late 19th century. Queenstown was the name given by the British to Cobh before Ireland gained its independence

Background imageRose Window Collection: Interior of Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham

Interior of Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, 1817. Artist: Thomas Higham
Interior of Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, 1817. Poets Corner is an area in the south transept of Westminster Abbey where a number of notable British literary figures are buried

Background imageRose Window Collection: Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, 1815. Artist: Lewis

Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, 1815. Artist: Lewis
Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey, London, 1815. Poets Corner is an area in the south transept of Westminster Abbey where a number of notable British literary figures are buried

Background imageRose Window Collection: The Homage, George VIs coronation ceremony, 12 May 1937, (1937). Artist: Henry Charles Brewer

The Homage, George VIs coronation ceremony, 12 May 1937, (1937). Artist: Henry Charles Brewer
The Homage, George VIs coronation ceremony, 12 May 1937, (1937). A coloured plate from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, London, 1937

Background imageRose Window Collection: South-East Transept, Canterbury Cathedral, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

South-East Transept, Canterbury Cathedral, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon
South-East Transept, Canterbury Cathedral, 20th century. One of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England

Background imageRose Window Collection: The Shambles and York Minister, York, 1958. Artist: CM Dixon

The Shambles and York Minister, York, 1958. Artist: CM Dixon
The Shambles and York Minister, York, 1958. An old street in York, with overhanging timber-framed buildings, some dating back as far as the fourteenth century and Gothic cathedral

Background imageRose Window Collection: Rose window in Notre Dame, 14th century

Rose window in Notre Dame, 14th century

Background imageRose Window Collection: Rose window in the south transeit of St Denis, 12th century

Rose window in the south transeit of St Denis, 12th century
Rose window in the south transeit of St Denis in France, showing the signs of the Zodiac, 12th century


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