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Historical Archive: Architecture and its associated media in situ, c.1750 to present
See also the separate pages for architectural sculpture not on its buildings in the Object Type Index.
Works are listed in roughly chronological order.


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left: Aachen cathedral, Hungarian chapel, rebuilt 1756-67. The cathedral has its own pages.
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1757 chapel of SS Rufina and Seconda, Lateran Baptistery, Rome. The baptistery octagon and narthex have their own interior page.
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Storehouse from Søndre
Berdal, Nesland, Vinje
in Telemark, 1759, NMCH
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Chartres cathedral: Charles-Antoine Bridan, Assumption of the Virgin 1763-73, marble. For more views see Chartres.
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tracery 1764-69, cloister, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Chartres cathedral, Marble/stucco cladding Victor Louis 1767-88. For more views see Chartres.
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Chapel of Frederik V, C.F. Harsdorff 1774-1825, Roskilde cathedral, which has its own page
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1780 chapel, Lateran Baptistery, Rome. This work has its own exterior page.
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Altar: center structure bronze door 1784, in Ravenna, Orthodox baptistery, which has its own pages.
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Aachen cathedral Westwork with 1788 porch. The cathedral has its own pages.
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east rose window 1795, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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western (left) part south side 19th c., Moscow Annunciation Cathedral, which has its own page
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portal and other parts of Cambridge Holy Sepulchre, 19th c., which has its own page
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iconostasis 19th c. (left, naos), Dečani monastery, which has its own pages
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19th-c. inlay panel, lion, other copies of original features, ext. Pisa cathedral, which has its own pages
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parapets and pinnacles 1801, western towers, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Assumption mosaic 1828-29, ext. Pisa cathedral, which has its own pages
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1830s inscription, tomb of Bede 1542, Galilee, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Cathedral of Notre-Dame (Paris) in 1830-45, clock, Musée Carnavalet Paris. For a detail see Musée Carnavalet.
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Canterbury cathedral, northwest tower 1834. This work has its own exterior page.
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1843 font, Cambridge Holy Sepulchre, which has its own page
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stained glass Charles-Laurent Maréchal 1850s, Pisa baptistery, which has its own page, in cathedral complex
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upper part of Canterbury Court Hall, George Austin, Jr., 1852. This work has its own page.
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Tree of Jesse, George Austin Jr. 1854-61, Canterbury cathedral. Canterbury cathedral glass has its own own page with more examples.
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Lille, Cathedral of Notre-Dame-de-la-Treille, body 1854-1947, façade 1991-99. This work has its own page.
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Felice Kibel 1860s: heavy restoration of Baptism, Ravenna, Orthodox baptistery. This work has its own pages.
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wall rebuilt 1866, Galilee, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Robert Cremer and Friedrich Joseph Ark: window 1869-70, remade Wilhelm Geyer 1954, Aachen cathedral. The cathedral has its own pages.
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Naumburg cathedral west choir windows, 1870s, which have their own page
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dome mosaic design Jean-Baptiste Bethune 1872 aft. Ciampini 1699, execution Antonio Salviati 1880-81, Aachen cathedral. The cathedral has its own pages.
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brass lectern, choir screen, and alabaster and marble pulpit from Gilbert Scott renovation 1872-76, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Chartres cathedral, south transept window tracery remade by Emile Boeswillwald 1876. For context see Chartres.
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Hugo Schneider 1879-84: western tower of Aachen cathedral Westwork. The cathedral has its own pages.
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St Albans cathedral west front, Grimthorpe 1880-83; St Albans has its own pages with more Grimthorpe and 1878 Gilbert Scott vaulting.
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Gol stave church, Waldemar Hansteen restoration 1884-85, Oslo NMCH, which has its own page
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wall/pier mosaics/cladding, window designs Hermann Schaper 1889, executed Puhl & Wagner 1896-1902, Aachen cathedral. The cathedral has its own pages.
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opus sectile, prob. 1890s, in Ravenna, Orthodox baptistery, which has its own pages with other views.
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Hemmings & Co. c.1895-96: glass, Canterbury Chapter house, which has its own page.
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1896 Evangelical church, Lorsch, which has its own page
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St Albans cathedral: Wallingford screen sculpture Harry Hems 1899; above altar Resurrection, Alfred Gilbert 1890-1903; St Albans has its own pages.
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Naumburg Marienkirche nave c.1900, which has its own page
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Cleveland, Lake View Cemetery, Wade Chapel, dedicated 1901, Louis Comfort Tiffany and studio. This work has its own page.
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wooden ceilings 1911-30, San Francesco, Pescia, which has its own page
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Becket miracle window, Samuel Caldwell Jr. 1919-49, Canterbury cathedral. Canterbury cathedral glass has its own own page with more examples.
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Glücksburger Chapel, Andreas Clemmensen 1924, Roskilde cathedral, which has its own page
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1935-36 baldachins in Naumburg cathedral west choir, which has its own page
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1938 Charles Collens museum building, The Cloisters, New York. For more see Met.
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St. Michael's, Hildesheim, rebuilt 1945-60, which has its own pages
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Sion Cathedral, apse lengthened by one and 1/2 bays 1947. This work has its own page.
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Walther Benner windows 1949-51: Aachen cathedral choir from octagon. The cathedral has its own pages.
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Ewald Mataré 1952-54: Aachen cathedral west window, bronze with rock crystal panes. The cathedral has its own pages.
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Joseph Bohland, nave ceiling Tree of Jesse, eastern end remade 1959-60, St. Michael's, Hildesheim, which has its own pages
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Wilhelm Fricke 1960, rebuilt Hildesheim Cathedral, which has its own interior and exterior pages
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National Library of Kosovo, Pristina, Andrija Mutnjaković 1974-86, which has its own page
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Wilhelm Buschulte windows 1979-80 on right: Aachen cathedral choir. The cathedral has its own pages.
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mausoleum of King Frederik IX and Queen Ingrid, Inger and Johannes Exner, Wilhelm Wohlert 1985, Roskilde cathedral, which has its own page
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Lille, Cathedral of Notre-Dame-de-la-Treille, façade 1991-99, body 1854-1947. This work has its own page.
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Leo Childs 1994 design, embroidered by Cathedral Broderers, frontal and retable panels, eastern transept, Durham Cathedral, which has its own pages
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Emma Lindsay 2014 stained glass, Canterbury cloister. The cloister has its own own page. Glass copyright: artist/heirs.
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Ulrich Rückriem, dolomite altar complete by 2014, Hildesheim Cathedral, which has its own interior page