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North Porch of Salisbury Cathedral, Exhibited RA 1797 Watercolour JMW Turner © The Salisbury Museum

North Porch of Salisbury Cathedral, Exhibited RA 1797 Watercolour JMW Turner © The Salisbury Museum

Joseph Mallord William Turner   St Anselm’s Chapel, Canterbury Cathedral, with Part of Thomas-a-Becket’s Crown, 1794

catonhottinroof: “ Joseph Mallord William Turner St Anselm’s Chapel, Canterbury Cathedral, with Part of Thomas-a-Becket’s Crown, 1794 ”

Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘Tintern Abbey, West Front’ c.1794.

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Tintern Abbey, West Front’, - Watercolour and graphite on paper - Dimensions Support: 419 x 316 mm - © The British Museum

Cathedral Church at Lincoln - William Turner

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Cathedral Church at Lincoln’, exhibited 1795 - Watercolour and graphite on paper - Dimensions Support: 446 x 348 mm - © The British Museum

St. Paul's Cathedral from St. Martin's-le-Grand, ca. 1795, Thomas Girtin.  Accession Number: 2002.435

THOMAS GIRTIN c London streets were crowded and narrow. Paul's Cathedral from St. Martin's-le-Grand, by Thomas Girtin.

“Cathedral in Winter” by Caspar David Friedrich

Cathedral in Winter by Ernst Ferdinand Oehme, German watercolorist and landscape painter, Influenced by Caspar David Frederick and student in the Dresden Art Academy of Dresden, Germany. This watercolor is especially nice for its quiet solit

Wolverhampton, Staffordshire - William Turner - completed 1796.

Wolverhampton, Staffordshire Completion Date: 1796 Style: Romanticism Genre: cityscape Technique: watercolor Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow, Scotland

S.J. (Toby) Nash (1891-1960) - Ink and watercolours - Views of Canterbury Cathedral, both signed and one with date 1933

(Toby) Nash - Two ink and watercolours - Views of Canterbury Cathedral, each x both signed and one with date framed and glazed