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Sketchbook of tours in East Anglia and Devon: pp. 8 - 9. South porch, St Edmund, Southwold, Suffolk and studies from St John the Baptist, Hoveton Norfolk
CRE MACKINTOSH, Charles Rennie; (Scottish; 1868-1928)
pencil on paper
37.2 x 13.4
inscr. c.r.: "ST EDMUNDS- [sic] / PORCH / SOUTHWOLD. / SUFFOLK." and b.r. "HOVETON ST JOHN. / ROXHAM. / NORFOLK"
At top is Mackintosh's study of Southwold's magnificent two-storey battlemented south porch. It was built in the 15th century in the Perpendicular Gothic style. At right is a plan of the niche above the entrance. The Perpendicular Gothic window below is from the north facade of St John, Hoveton, as are the two 18th-century headstone profiles. Hoveton is next to Wroxham. The pages have been inaccurately numbered "10 - 11" in an unknown hand.
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