Canterbury Cathedral - the quire transepts
- Art Funded
- 124 x 99 cm
- Lane Fine Art
This work differs from the group in its unusual viewpoint which is from the triforium of the south-east quire transept, looking down to the great archiepiscopal monuments and the uncluttered floors of the medieval building. The picture represents the cathedral with a high degree of accuracy if with a certain lack of skill on the vaulting -and it is only in the foreground that there is artistic invention with the highly patterned floor and overhead drapery.
Nelthorpe family; Sold Sotheby's 8/11/95, lot 120.