Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Barton Turf
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Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Barton Turf by John Charles Gunn

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Published by Printed for the Society by Miller and Leavins in Norwich .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Painting, British.,
  • Church decoration and ornament.,
  • Screens (Church decoration)

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementPub. under the direction of the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society. Drawn and lithographed by C.J.W. Winter, with descriptive notes by John Gunn.
ContributionsWinter, C. J. W, 1820?-1891.
The Physical Object
Pagination18 p., plates ;
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19748389M

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  Painted rood screen panels at Barton Turf, Norfolk. Photograph: Holmes Garden Photos/Alamy Scattered across East Anglia are around medieval painted rood screens that survived the desecration Author: Dalya Alberge.   St Michael, Barton Turf, Norfolk Thrones from the Nine Orders of Angels sequence on the 15th Century rood screen at Barton : [Norfolk Rood Screens, Ranworth, Barton Turf, Fritton], C.J.W. Winter et al: 'Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Randworth Barton Turf Fritton, Published under the direction of the committee of The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society', Norwich, , , , 3 volumes bound together in 1, coloured litho frontis + 35 litho plates in total, folio, contemporary half calf (worn. Find the perfect barton turf stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now!

Fig. Barton Turf and Westwick rood screen transom moulding 62 profiles Fig. Barton Turf and Westwick rood screen tracery heads62 Fig. Barton Turf and Westwick rood screen tracery bases62 Fig. Brettenham and Ipswich St Matthew’s screens 63 Fig. Moulding profiles at a) Southwold north and b) south [Norfolk Rood Screens, Ranworth, Barton Turf, Fritton], C.J.W. Winter et al: 'Illustrations of the Rood-screen at Randworth Barton Turf Fritton, Published under the direction of the committee of The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society', Norwich, , , , 3 volumes bound together in 1, coloured litho frontis + 35 litho plates in total, folio, contemporary half calf (worn), inner joint . It is a massive screen, most often constructed of stone, or occasionally timber, that divides the choir (the area containing the choir stalls and high altar in a cathedral, collegiate or monastic church) from the nave and ambulatory (the parts of the church to which lay worshippers may have access). The chancel is very often separated from the nave by altar rails, or a rood screen, a sanctuary. St Michael, Barton Turf. Here we are in the meadows and copses to the north of Wroxham on the quieter side of the Broads, and although Barton Turf sits beside Barton Broad its church is a way off alone in the fields, and you would not know that the water was anywhere near. The tall tower is a landmark for miles around, but closer to it seems.

Illustrations of the rood screen at Barton Turf; drawn and lithographed by C.J.W. Winter; with descriptive notes by John Gunn [Norwich, Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, ] Hall, William Charles A short history of Barton Turf parish church. [Barton Turf, The Church, s] Neave, Glenn The rood screen at Barton Turf. Barton Turf, Norfolk, Medieval rood screen painting, St. Barbara, holding a castle tower, detail, early Christian Saint, 15th century art.   St Michael, Barton Turf, Norfolk Principalities from the Nine Orders of Angels sequence on the 15th Century rood screen at Barton : K. The medieval church in Barton Turf itself is also dedicated to St Michael, and has a remarkable painted rood screen dating from the mid 15th century, which is of extremely high quality craftsmanship. The parish is dominated by Barton and Sutton Broads (NHER ) and Alderfen Broad (NHER ), which attract thousands of visitors every year.