Imatges de pàgina
PDF
EPUB
[merged small][ocr errors][merged small]
[graphic][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

CAEPSTOW CASTLE, from the Iron Bridge across the Wye.—This View, looking

towards the West, shows part of the Town, the Castle Gate, the Citadel,
the Keop, or Marten's Tower, the Western Gate, the House and Groves
of Persefield, with the precipitous banks of the River ........................... W. H. BARTLETT. C. COUSEX.

CAEPSTOW CASTLE AND BRIDGE, taken from the right bank of the Wye,

near the West Gate of the Castle. This View, looking Eastward,
shows the principal features of the Castle on the right; the New Bridge,
the Harbour, with the Scenery on the left bank of the Wye................. W. H. BARTLETT. E. BRANVARD.

18

CHEPSTOW CASTLE AND Town, from the Wyndcliff, showing the windings of

the Wye, its junction with the Severn, and the opposite coasts............ W.H. BARTLETT. E. BRANDARD. 26, 27

[blocks in formation]

Tintrrue Abbey on the Wye.

STEEL ENGRAVINGS.

ARTISTS.

ENGRAVERS

PAGS

THE WESTERN WINDOW OF TINTERNE ABBEY.-This View is taken from a

point near the Great Altar, showing in the foreground the clustered Pillars and Arches which formerly supported the Central Tower; the Door on the right leading to the Cloisters; Sepulchral Slabs, the Effigy of a Knight, with the much-admired Window to the West, and other features.............

.............. W.H. BARTLETT. A. WI LMORE. THE REFECTORY OF THE ABBEY......................................................... W. H. BARTLETT. C. COUSEN.

39

59

62

Tue Devil's Pulpit.—This View is taken from a romantic rock so called, on

the left bank of the Wye, commanding a view of the Abbey westward; the Abbot's Meadows stretching along the right bank of the Wye; the Church of Chapel-hill; the Village of Tinterne Parva lining the rim of the River Crescent....................

........... W. H. BARTLETT. J. C. BENTLEY. The Ferry AT TINTERNE.—This Plate, taken from the left bank of the Wye,

presents a North View of the Abbey, with the Western Front, the Nave, North Transept, part of the great Eastern Window, Remains of the Cloisters, the Abbey Gate communicating with the Ferry, with other Conventual Buildings now in ruins, or transformed into Cottages. The River at this point is of sufficient depth to float a moderately-sized

trading craft............................................................................. W. H. BARTLETT. J. C. BENTLEY. TINTERNE ABBEY, West Front, taken from the Road leading to the “Beaufort

Arms" and the Ferry, shows the much-admired West Window, in correct and beautiful detail; the Door opening into the Nave, the Southern Aisle, Buttress, Pinnacle, Clerestory Windows, &c., with their masses

of luxuriant and interlacing Ivy .......... ................................... W. H. BARTLETT. A. WILLMORE. DOORWAY LEADING INTO THE CLOISTERS.........

................................................. W. H. BARTLETT. E. J. ROBERTS.

66

109

106

DOORWAY LEADING INTO THE SACRISTY.........................................................

W. II. BARTLETT. E. J. ROBERTS.

113

WOODCUTS.

South Transept, Tinterne Abbey...........

............... W. H. BARTLETT. W. WUMPER. 31 Cistercian Monk..

........... DUGDALE.

W. WUIMPER. 84 View from Entrance, Tinterne Abbey, taken from the Nave, showing the great Eastern Window ............

.............. W. H. BARTLETT. W. WHIMPER. 40 Initial Letters, illustrative of Baronial, Monastic, and Chivalrous Subjects.....

............... 1, 3, 13, 31 Mutilated Emgy of Earl Strongbow, or Roger Bigod........ Shields of the Clare and Bigod Families, from the Encaustic-Tile Pavement in the Abbey...

42 Walter de Clare; Armorial Ensigns of the Family.. Richard de Clare; Ancient Family Shield......

48 Hospitium, or Guest Hall, with portions of the Refectory, and other Conventual Buildings..........

50 Conventual Alphabet, Letter H; Abbey Gate, Procession..

51 Inner View; Sketch of an Altar, Tomb, &c.

51 Conventual Alphabet, Letter P......................

56 Conventual Letter 0....

60 Abbatial Crosier, Cap, and Cushion.......

62 Letter A......

65 Ground Plan of Tinterne Abbey...

108 Five smaller Woodcuts, illustrative of the subject. Goodrich Castle .........

122

[blocks in formation]

ARTISTS

[ocr errors]

PAGS

STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
THE AVENUE, west of the Castle, from which the remains of the State Apart-

ments are seen through the trees ................................................. W H. BARTLETT. J. C. BENTLEY. THE PAVED STONE COURT.................................................................. W. H. BARTLETT. S. BRADSHAW.

[merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors]

THE BARONIAL HALL, showing the great Bay Window on the right of the Dais,

with the Worcester Aims overhead; the ancient Fire-place, with W worked in brick over the Arch; the Corbel-heads that supported the

Roof, &c. &c.............................................................................. W.H. BARTLETT. E. J. ROBERTS. GATEWAY IN THE FOUNTAIN COUBT, with the Baronial Chapel.............. W.H. BARTLETT. E. BRANDARD. THE Moat.-This View of the Keep and adjacent Towers is universally ad

mired, both for the splendour of architectural detail and the picturesque grouping of the features which it displays..............

............. W. H. BARTLETT. C. COUSEN. Tas GATEWAY TOWERS, as described in the text, with the Moat and part of the Donjon Tower on the left...........

W.H. BARTLETT. E. BRANDARD.

168

177

THE KEEP or DONJON TOWER, from the Moat; on the right are seen the Gate

way Towers, and in the centre is the Keep. In front, opening upon the water, is the old sally-port; and on the right bank, partially concealed by trees, is the private walk, formerly ornamented with statues and shello work, as described in the text. The Keep is represented in the same

state as when it was left by General Fairfax after the siege.................... W. H. BARTLETT. J. C. BENTLEY. VIEW FROM THE BATTLEMENTS.—This View is taken from the top of the Keep,

with the Moat, the Gatehouse, the Paved Court, &c., and Landscape to the westward....................

W.H. BARTLETT. A. WILLMORE.

200

220

WOODCUTS.

122 131 136 138 146 163 160

175

178 185

Goodrich Castle..................................
Ancient Armour.........................................
Feudal and Military Trophies......
Morning of the Tournament.....
The Boar's Head....................
Old Apartments in the Gateway Tower..............
Plan of the Castle.....
Baronial Trophies..........
The Armourer............................
The Arquebusier.....
The Tower of Gwent, or Keep..............
Window in the State Apartments...
The Garter..........
State Gallery, with ancient Statues of the Earl and Countess of Worcester......
View from the Battlements of the Keep, looking to Raglan Church
View taken from the old Bowling Green, with the Keep in the centre, and the

Gate to Fountain Court on the left....
Apartments called King Charles's, carved Chimney-piece on the lett, and

Windows looking S. and S.W.
The old Baronial Kitchen, as described in the text..........
Bridge over the Monnow, described in the text.....

194

198 213

217

222

226

227

234

......

239

I lanthang Abbey.

.

[ocr errors]

STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
TH NATE O LLASTUNTY Arty, with the Central Tower, part of the South
Tranuza, frugnenta of the Chancel

, and great Fast Window............. W. L. BARTLETT. W. DEEBLES. LLANTWIT ANOTY from the North-west, showing the great West Door

the two are Tower the Nuve-North Aisle-the great Tower con

tuating the Transepts, with fragments of the great Eastern Window..... W. H. BARTLETT. E. BRANDARD. LLANTUNY Amazy from the rising Ground dorth of the Ruins, showing the

White Abtey, as it www appears, in the distance, with its surrounding
Bentury, a presented from that point of view................................... W. H. BARTLETT. S. T. Davis.

WOODCUT.
The Abtey Church from the East.

253

272

Aske—Pembroke—Cardiff—Tenby.

STEEL ENGRAVINGS.

VOEL CANTIE AND Town, showing the river Uske and the Bridge in the fore

ground-the ancient Castle on the right, with the Town under the melivity--In the back ground, the picturesque Scenery for which the banks of the Ueke are so remarkable.......

..... W. H. BARTLETT. A. WILLMOBE. PEMBROKE CANTLE from the Water, comprising the Principal Gateway--the

Postern--the great Round Tower, or Donjon-the Outworks. On the left, part of the Tower; and westward, in the horizon, the remains of the ancient Nunnery...

W. H. BARTLETT. J. CoUsEx. 293 PEMBROKE CANTLE--Interior of the Great Court-Gateway, Towers, and Fortifications...................

W.H. BARTLETT. J. CoUsEx. 308 WOODCUTS. Round Tower of Usko Castlo-Chamber in the same--Curthose Tower in Cardiff Castle.

284, 286, 311

JVanorbeer Castle— Feath Abbey— Ridwelly Castle—Llanstephan Castle

Carew Castle-targam Abbey-Appendir.

STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
MANORTEER CANTLI, near the Church............
KIWILLY CANTLE, from the Gwendraeth
KIDWILLY CANTlk, from the Inner Court-Chapel on the right...........

W.H. BARTLETT.

W.H. BARTLETT. ....................... ........ W. H. BARTLETT. .....................

321 332 834

WOODCUTS.
Nonth Abbey, the Crypt..................
Ancient Dwollings near Manorboor Castlo ............................................
Margam Abboy, the Crypt.......................................................................

331 335 849

« AnteriorContinua »