Browse Items (96 total)

Sort by Title [A-Z] | [Z-A]

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of lavabo showing 1.5 bays of the octagonally planned building. Each bay occupies a side of the octagon. The bays are divided vertically by angle shafts of twin rolls separated by an angle fillet which support acanthus capitals, these in turn once supported a rib - vault. The bays are divided horizontally…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior view of the lavabo showing bell capital with acanthus foliate carving surmounted by a roll - and - fillet abacus resting on a jamb with a round shaft (damaged). Mouldings of soffit arch are chamfered, but this may be a modern repair.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of chapels in the eastern wall of the south transept seen from from the east. Square centre chapel is flanked by two with apsidal terminations. South elevation of south - east crossing pier and southern trasept pier also visible showing orders of filleted rolls resting on octagonal chamfered bases.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of north transept showing south - eastern transept chapel. The south pier respond adjoins the north - east crossing pier. Complex series of roll - and - fillet arch mouldings are augmented with endélit shafts, these all rest on water - holding bases and a chamfered plinth.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior of lavabo showing twin round shafts separated by an arris fillet supported by a corbel (damaged); an acanthus foliate carved bell capital which interrupts a roll - and - fillet stringcourse is the springing point of the vault rib.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Interior of lavabo showing twin round shafts separated by arris fillet bearing acanthus foliate carved bell capital which interrupts a roll - and - fillet stringcourse;the abacus is the springing point of the vault rib.

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Door(blocked) adjacent to tomb niche (partially visible) in north elevation of nave showing roll - and - filleted pointed hood moulding and continuous jamb and arch moulding (some voussoirs damaged).

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of transept chapel in east elevation of south transept. The pointed arch has continuous roll - and - fillet moulding. The chapel is within the wall and has a small window in its southern elevation and a double trefoil headed piscina also. There is a trefoil headed niche, with chamfered and cusped arch mouldings, in…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of south transept showing south and east elevations. South elevation has triple lancet windows, the rere - arches of which are traded with annulets and foliate capitals resting on a stringcourse and a mural passage between the lancets. The lancets have roll - and - fillet arch mouldings and hood mouldings…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of monk's doorway in south ailse. Receding orders show alternating roll - and - fillet and dogtooth arch mouldings enclosed by hood mould with foliate carved label stop. The inner order is chamfered and multi - cusped; the west capital shows fine stiff - leaf foliage and the east one chevron ornament as well as…

Photograph by Roger Stalley. East end seen from the south - east. East elevation has a large lancet window (tracery destroyed) with roll - and - fillet mouldings. North - east and south - east corners of the building have shallow angle buttresses with gabled offsets.

My Gothic Past Login | Register

© 2019 Trinity College Dublin