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GLAHA 53012/20: Sketchbook of travels in Scotland and a tour to Kent: p. 32  Nave window, Crossraguel Abbey, Ayrshire - click to view larger image GLAHA 53012/20: Sketchbook of travels in Scotland and a tour to Kent: p. 32  Nave window, Crossraguel Abbey, Ayrshire - click to view larger image

GLAHA 53012/20
Sketchbook of travels in Scotland and a tour to Kent: p. 32 Nave window, Crossraguel Abbey, Ayrshire
(sketchbook)

CRE MACKINTOSH, Charles Rennie; (Scottish; 1868-1928)


Materials:
pencil on paper
Dimensions:
17.2 x 11.4
Frame:
Marks:
inscr. b.l.: "Window." and r.: "Jamb"
References:
Notes:
This Cluniac abbey was founded by Duncan, Earl of Carrick at the end of the 12th -century. It stands next to the A77, about two miles south-west of Maybole. The church comprises a nave and a choir, both largely 15th-century. The 15th-century window with two trefoil lights is in the north wall of the nave. At right centre Mackintosh has drawn its jamb and mullion mouldings. The page has been numbered inaccurately in an unknown hand as page 34.
Keywords:
SKETCHBOOK : DRAWING : SCOTLAND : CRM ONLINE : ARCHITECTURE : BUILDING : TRACERY :

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