- Shepherd, George
- Buildings & monuments
- Metal engraving
- Rawle, Samuel
- 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 across the transept from north to south at St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, described as follows by the author:
The ornamental finishing of the chief aile of the transept, with its lateral aile, the clustered columns, or piers of the nave, and a clerestory window of the same, with two of the very highly ornamented windows of the south transept, are the features of this print. But the chief reason for selecting this point of view is to shew the picturesque arrangement of forms and parts; and the brilliant effect which is frequently seen in this portion of the church. Unfortunately, the engraver, after having finished two plates of this subject, has not succeeded in producing the desired effect in either.
Keywords: 19th century, black & white, Cathedral antiquities, church, Europe, Gothic, Longman & Co., reference book, religious, UK