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Sketchbook of travels in Scotland and a tour to Kent: p. 33 Nave window and moulding of nave doorway jamb, Crossraguel Abbey, Ayrshire
CRE MACKINTOSH, Charles Rennie; (Scottish; 1868-1928)
pencil on paper
17.2 x 11.4
inscr. t.: "Window" and b.r.: "Door Jamb"
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 14th-century window in the north wall of the nave has a 16th-century lintel forming a rectangular opening to take a wooden frame. The jamb moulding (bottom right) belongs to the 15th-century north doorway of the nave. The page has been numbered inaccurately in an unknown hand as page 35.
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