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Church of Santa Caterina, Lucca: detail of the trompe l'oeil ceiling painting above the oculus of the dome

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Pini, Francesco
NOTES: The illusionistic ceiling painting is by Bartolomeo de Santi.

Church of Santa Caterina, Lucca: detail of the dome oculus with the trompe l'oeil ceiling painting above

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Pini, Francesco
NOTES: The illusionistic ceiling painting is by Bartolomeo de Santi.

Wallfahrtskirche Mari+ñ Heimsuchung (also known as Kappele), Wurzburg: the nave

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Neumann, Balthasar (1687-1753)
NOTES: It is commonly known as Kappele or Little Chapel; the Pilgrimage Church of the Visitation of St Mary is its formal title. It was built from 1748-1750 by Balthasar Neumann, but the interior was not fully finished until 1821. The interior features ceiling frescos by Matthaus Gunther from 1752 and 1781 and stucco work (1747-1750) by Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Younger. The side altars date to 1768 and the neoclassical high altar was made in 1799.

Wallfahrtskirche Mari+ñ Heimsuchung (also known as Kappele), Wurzburg: the nave

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Neumann, Balthasar (1687-1753)
NOTES: It is commonly known as Kappele or Little Chapel; the Pilgrimage Church of the Visitation of St Mary is its formal title. It was built from 1748-1750 by Balthasar Neumann, but the interior was not fully finished until 1821. The interior features ceiling frescos by Matthaus Gunther from 1752 and 1781 and stucco work (1747-1750) by Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Younger. The side altars date to 1768 and the neoclassical high altar was made in 1799.

Wallfahrtskirche Mari+ñ Heimsuchung (also known as Kappele), Wurzburg: the ceiling above the crossing

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Neumann, Balthasar (1687-1753)
NOTES: It is commonly known as Kappele or Little Chapel; the Pilgrimage Church of the Visitation of St Mary is its formal title. It was built from 1748-1750 by Balthasar Neumann, but the interior was not fully finished until 1821. The interior features ceiling frescos by Matthaus Gunther from 1752 and 1781 and stucco work (1747-1750) by Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Younger. The side altars date to 1768 and the neoclassical high altar was made in 1799.

Wallfahrtskirche Mari+ñ Heimsuchung (also known as Kappele), Wurzburg: the ceiling above the central crossing

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Neumann, Balthasar (1687-1753)
NOTES: It is commonly known as Kappele or Little Chapel; the Pilgrimage Church of the Visitation of St Mary is its formal title. It was built from 1748-1750 by Balthasar Neumann, but the interior was not fully finished until 1821. The interior features ceiling frescos by Matthaus Gunther from 1752 and 1781 and stucco work (1747-1750) by Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Younger. The side altars date to 1768 and the neoclassical high altar was made in 1799.

Wallfahrtskirche Mari+ñ Heimsuchung (also known as Kappele), Wurzburg: detail of fresco

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Neumann, Balthasar (1687-1753)
NOTES: It is commonly known as Kappele or Little Chapel; the Pilgrimage Church of the Visitation of St Mary is its formal title. It was built from 1748-1750 by Balthasar Neumann, but the interior was not fully finished until 1821. The interior features ceiling frescos by Matthaus Gunther from 1752 and 1781 and stucco work (1747-1750) by Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Younger. The side altars date to 1768 and the neoclassical high altar was made in 1799.

St Mary Magdalene, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire: looking towards the side aisle and the wall paintings above the arches

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NOTES: The church is a mixture of periods, 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. The interior is largely Norman with reused Roman columns in the nave. The nave was heightened in the 14th century. The chancel was rebuilt in 1882-1883. The church also has a distinctive lead broach spire. The wall paintings date from c. 1130-1150 and depict scenes from the Passion of Christ.

St Mary Magdalene, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire: detail of wall paintings above the arches on the north wall of the nave

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NOTES: The church is a mixture of periods, 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. The interior is largely Norman with reused Roman columns in the nave. The nave was heightened in the 14th century. The chancel was rebuilt in 1882-1883. The church also has a distinctive lead broach spire. The wall paintings date from c. 1130-1150 and depict scenes from the Passion of Christ.

St Mary Magdalene, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire: detail of the wall painting above the arches on the north wall of the nave aisle

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NOTES: The church is a mixture of periods, 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. The interior is largely Norman with reused Roman columns in the nave. The nave was heightened in the 14th century. The chancel was rebuilt in 1882-1883. The church also has a distinctive lead broach spire. The wall paintings date from c. 1130-1150 and depict scenes from the Passion of Christ (the Last Supper to the left, the Betrayal to the right).

St Mary Magdalene, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire: detail of the wall painting above the arches on the north wall of the nave wall

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NOTES: The church is a mixture of periods, 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. The interior is largely Norman with reused Roman columns in the nave. The nave was heightened in the 14th century. The chancel was rebuilt in 1882-1883. The church also has a distinctive lead broach spire. The wall paintings date from c. 1130-1150 and depict scenes from the Passion of Christ.

St Mary Magdalene, Ickleton, Cambridgeshire: detail of the wall painting above the arches on the north wall of the nave wall

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NOTES: The church is a mixture of periods, 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. The interior is largely Norman with reused Roman columns in the nave. The nave was heightened in the 14th century. The chancel was rebuilt in 1882-1883. The church also has a distinctive lead broach spire. The wall paintings date from c. 1130-1150 and depict scenes from the Passion of Christ.
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