- Shepherd, George
- Buildings & monuments
- Metal engraving
- Portrait (taller)
- The Duke University Libraries, the Internet Archive
- Cathedral antiquities of England, vol. 6
- Britton, John
- London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1814-1835
- Open Library:
- View record.
View of the south porch of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol. It is described as follows by the author:
Though this appendage to the church is at present in a mutilated and disfigured condition, it has been handsome, and highly adorned with architectural dressings. A range of five niches, with acutely pointed and crocketed pediments, is displayed immediately over the central door-way; and at the angle are double, graduated buttresses, with sculptured canopies and pinnacles. Behind the porch is shewn three divisions of the upper part of the nave, with the large windows. The style of the upper parapet, and of the angular pinnacle, with the panelling on the outer wall, are shewn in this view.
Keywords: 19th century, black & white, Cathedral antiquities, church, Europe, Gothic, Longman & Co., reference book, religious, UK