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Church of St Nicholas, Moni, Crete: fresco of St Nicholas

Pagomenos, Ioannis (fl. 1314-1347)
NOTES: Ioannis Pagomenos was the artist responsible for the frescoes in this church.

Quadratura scheme for a fresco depicting a galleried interior incorporating arches, urns, columns and a pedimented doorway, with a distant landscape seen through a trompe l'oeil archway beyond

Colonna, Angelo Michele (1600-1687)
NOTES: Angelo Michele Colonna and Agostino Mitelli collaborated on projects incorporating trompe l'oeil effects between 1632 and 1660, becoming known as Italy's foremost quadratura painters of the time.

Sketched details of a fresco from the south chancel aisle of St Cross, Winchester, plaster relief patterns from Cambridgeshire houses and decorative half-timber work from Shropshire

NOTES: This image is from a volume of drawings (entitled Vol I) by various designers produced for or presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London, between 1889 and 1891. The annotation at the foot of this drawing reads 'from a sketch by 'D. A.' (probably Thomas Dinham Atkinson). The sketches on this page appear to be after originals by other artists.

Proposed design for the interior of the Long Street Methodist Church, Middleton

Wood, Edgar (1860-1935)
NOTES: The church was built some years later, opening in 1901.

Unexecuted design for a fresco for the east end of the Dutch Church, Austin Friars, City of London

Moore, Albert Joseph (1841-1893)
NOTES: This is a photograph of the original drawing. There was a fire in the church in 1862 which was followed by major restoration work for which this design was probably presented.