St Mary's Parish Church, New Ross, Co Wexford, interior - south transept, aisle and side chapels seen from the south - west

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St Mary's Parish Church, New Ross, Co Wexford, interior - south transept, aisle and side chapels seen from the south - west

Location

New Ross, County Wexford, Leinster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Description

Photograph by Roger Stalley. Exterior view of south transept from the south - west showing arcade of pointed chamfered arches in two orders resting on cylindrical piers with moulded bell capital and water - holding base. The west elevation is missing and the east elevation has single lancet windows on either side of the entrances to two transept chapels and a sexfoil window in spandrel between the entrances. The chapels, linked by a pointed chamfered arch, have double lancet windows framed by arches with dogtooth ornament and roll mouldings resting on bell capitals and bonded shafts.The southern gable is buttressed at ground level and the paired windows of the western aisle can be partially seen on the west side of the south gable.

Subject

Architecture, Medieval - Ireland, Architecture, Gothic - Ireland, Ecclesiastical architecture, Church architecture - Ireland, Arcades (Architecture), Gothic capitals (Architecture), Bases (Architecture), Windows, Marshall, William, lancet window, bell capital, cylindrical pier, water - holding base, chamfered arch, hood moulding, sexfoil window, transept chapel, roll moulding, dogtooth ornament, roll moulding, gable, buttress

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Image

Artist / Creator / Agent, etc.

Stalley, Roger

Contributor's Role

Photographer

TARA (Trinity's Access to Research Archive) URI

Sponsor

Irish Research Council for Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (IRCHSS), The Heritage Council of Ireland

Publisher

Trinity College Dublin

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The Contributor/s and the Board of Trinity College Dublin

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