Chapel of Henry VII. (antique engraving) - Illustration

City Of Westminster, England, Greater London, Inner London, London - England

Chapel of Henry VII. (antique engraving) royalty-free stock vector art
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Stock illustration ID:500179143
Upload date:September 05, 2016

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19th-century illustration of the Henry VII Lady Chapel, now more often known as the Henry VII Chapel. It is a large Lady chapel at the far eastern end of Westminster Abbey, paid for by the will of Henry VII. The chapel is built in a very late Perpendicular Gothic style, the magnificence of which caused John Leland to call it the orbis miraculum (the wonder of the world). The tombs of several monarchs including Henry VII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I, Mary I, James I, Charles II and Mary, Queen of Scots are found in the chapel.. Original artwork published in 'A pictorial history of the world's great nations: from the earliest dates to the present time' vol.2 by Charlotte M. Yonge (Selmar Hess, New York, 1882).
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