St Mary's Parish Church, New Ross, Co Wexford, interior - south transept, aisle and south elevation

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Title

St Mary's Parish Church, New Ross, Co Wexford, interior - south transept, aisle and south elevation

Location

New Ross, County Wexford, Leinster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Description

Photograph by Roger Stalley. View of the south transept from the south - west showing arcade of pointed chamfered arches in two orders resting on cylindrical pier with moulded bell capital and water - holding base.The respond is engaged to the south elevation which also partially shows lancet windows in the main aisle and another on the east elevation of the transept. The west side aisle of the transept has a double lancet window framed by an arch with nailhead ornament and roll mouldings resing on bell capitals and bonded shafts.

Subject

Architecture, Medieval - Ireland, Architecture, Gothic - Ireland, Ecclesiastical architecture, Church architecture - Ireland, Capitals (Architecture), Gothic, Funerary monuments, Arcades (Architecture), arcade, pointed arch, bell capital, water - holding base, pier, transept, chamfered moulding, engaged shaft, lancet window, aisle, soffit, annulet

Type

Image

Artist / Creator / Agent, etc.

Stalley, Roger

Contributor's Role

Photographer

TARA (Trinity's Access to Research Archive) URI

Sponsor

Irish Research Council for Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (IRCHSS), The Heritage Council of Ireland

Publisher

Trinity College Dublin

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