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Sketchbook of tours in East Anglia and Devon: pp. 22 - 23 Bay of the south aisle of the chancel and other details, St Michael, Framlingham, Suffolk 31 August 1897
CRE MACKINTOSH, Charles Rennie; (Scottish; 1868-1928)
pencil on paper
37.2 x 13.4
d. and inscr. b.r.: " FRAMLINGHAM - / SUFFOLK / 31 AUG 1897 - "
This Perpendicular Gothic church dates from the mid-15th to the mid-16th century. The chancel was built by Thomas Howard, third Duke of Norfolk (1473-1554) as a family mausoleum, and completed in 1553. On the left of the drawing is a buttress and window on the south aisle of the chancel. The mouldings on the right are, from top: the jamb of the priest's doorway to the aisle; the west doorway jamb; the label over the west door; the jamb and mullion of the window on the left of the drawing; the sill of the window and its base. At bottom left is a moulding from the buttress of the west tower. The pages have been inaccurately numbered "24 - 25" in an unknown hand.
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