A Water Colour painting of Winchester Cathedral by Claude Buckle

railway carriage print of the west end Winchester cathedral

Claude Buckle's Water Colour of the west end of Winchester Cathedral again demonstrates the artists architectural knowledge and water colour skills. The original artwork of this carriage print exists and can be seen on page 176 in Railway Journeys in Art vol 6.

The pencil sketch shown left is of West Front (on the right of the main picture) and illustrates the typical sketches that Buckle would have made of the Cathedral.

pencil sketch of Canterbury cathedral

Winchester Cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals in England, with the longest nave and greatest overall length of any Gothic cathedral in Europe. The cathedral was founded in 642 on a site immediately to the north of the present one.

Created in 1952.
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Photograph of Winchester Cathedral west fa├žade dawn with war memorial at right
A Photograph of Winchester Cathedral's west facade drawn with war memorial at the right.