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Exeter Cathedral: the rood screen and organ

RIBA100114
Witney, Thomas (fl. 1292-1342)
NOTES: The cathedral was founded in 1050 and construction began in 1112 in Norman style and was completed in Gothic style by c.1400. Work on the west front began in 1329 and was completed by 1342. The rood screen (or pulpitum) dates from 1324 and is by Thomas of Witney.

Exeter Cathedral: the choir stalls looking towards the rood screen and organ

RIBA100115
Witney, Thomas (fl. 1292-1342)
NOTES: The cathedral was founded in 1050 and construction began in 1112 in Norman style and was completed in Gothic style by c.1400. Work on the west front began in 1329 and was completed by 1342. The rood screen (or pulpitum) is by Thomas of Witney.

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Stonham Parva, Suffolk: the nave and hammerbeam roof

RIBA100172
NOTES: A medieval church which was heavily remodelled in the 16th century.

Beverley Minster, East Riding of Yorkshire: the choir stalls

RIBA100284
Thornton, William (c.1670-1721)
NOTES: The choir stalls are c. 1520, although much restored in the 18th century by William Thornton.

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London: the auditorium

RIBA101124
London County Council. Architects Department
NOTES: This image is from a personal album belonging to John Pantlin.

Church of Notre Dame, Le Raincy: the organ and gallery

RIBA101473
Perret, Auguste (1874-1954)

Amorbach Abbey, Amorbach: detail of organ

RIBA114902
Gunther, Matthaus (1705-1788)
NOTES: The abbey was founded in the 8th century, but the majority of the buildings date from the 18th century when the Abteikirche was built (1742-1744), incorporating the two earlier six-storied west towers (12th century). Further extensive construction and decoration was undertaken in the 1780s, including in 1782 the installation of what was at the time the biggest organ in the world. Much of the interior decoration was carried out by members of the Wessobrunner School, a group of Baroque stucco-workers that developed in the Benedictine Wessobrunn Abbey in Bavaria during the 17th century and exerted considerable influence on the art of south Germany in the 18th century. The high altar and ceiling frescoes were painted by Matthaus Gunter between 1742-1747.

Amorbach Abbey, Amorbach: a glimpse of the organ

RIBA114913
Gunther, Matthaus (1705-1788)
NOTES: The abbey was founded in the 8th century, but the majority of the buildings date from the 18th century when the Abteikirche was built (1742-1744), incorporating the two earlier six-storied west towers (12th century). Further extensive construction and decoration was undertaken in the 1780s, including in 1782 the installation of what was at the time the biggest organ in the world. Much of the interior decoration was carried out by members of the Wessobrunner School, a group of Baroque stucco-workers that developed in the Benedictine Wessobrunn Abbey in Bavaria during the 17th century and exerted considerable influence on the art of south Germany in the 18th century. The high altar and ceiling frescoes were painted by Matthaus Gunter between 1742-1747.
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