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medieval Lincoln Cathedral in Lincolnshire, England, built during the years of 1185-1311

The almost painfully gorgeous Lincoln Cathedral in Lincolnshire, England, built during the years is a mediaeval gothic feast for the soul; the place is just flat-out architecture porn and.

Here's a beautifully detailed #WIP #architecture #illustration by Minty Sainsbury (@minty_sainsbury) of Lincoln Cathedral which is also known as the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln in England.  No matter how many times I see Minty's architectural drawings I am consistently left in awe of the fine illustrated details. It's almost as if she actually constructed the church brick by tiny textured brick. I could almost imagine the miniature bricks being lain the carving…

Here's a beautifully detailed #WIP #architecture #illustration by Minty Sainsbury (@minty_sainsbury) of Lincoln Cathedral which is also known as the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln in England. No matter how many times I see Minty's architectural drawings I am consistently left in awe of the fine illustrated details. It's almost as if she actually constructed the church brick by tiny textured brick. I could almost imagine the miniature bricks being lain the carving…

St Hugh~An earthquake caused structural damage to Lincoln Cathedral in 1185. St Hugh (Bishop of Lincoln, 1186-1200) began work on reconstructing the Cathedral in 1192. He used the Gothic style, where pointed arches (rather than round ones), ribbed vaults and flying buttresses made it possible to make larger windows (for stained glass) and larger roof spans. St. Hugh himself was said to have carried a hod to help with the building work, but he died in 1200,

St Hugh~An earthquake caused structural damage to Lincoln Cathedral in 1185. St Hugh (Bishop of Lincoln, 1186-1200) began work on reconstructing the Cathedral in 1192. He used the Gothic style, where pointed arches (rather than round ones), ribbed vaults and flying buttresses made it possible to make larger windows (for stained glass) and larger roof spans. St. Hugh himself was said to have carried a hod to help with the building work, but he died in 1200,

window - Google Search One of England's largest windows...Lincoln cathedral

One of England's largest windows, the east window of Lincoln Cathedral, Ward and Nixon is a formal arrangement of small narrative scenes in roundels

One of England's largest windows, the east window of Lincoln Cathedral, Ward and Nixon (1855), is a formal arrangement of small narrative scenes in roundels

One of England's largest windows, the east window of Lincoln Cathedral, Ward and Nixon is a formal arrangement of small narrative scenes in roundels

Bishop's Eye Window, Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England.

Paradoxplace Photo History of Lincoln Cathedral

The Precious Carvings of Lincoln Cathedral

The precious Romanesque carvings at Lincoln Cathedral

Angel Choir, Lincoln Cathedral. Begun 1250 #architecture #cathedral

The Angel Choir 1275 Cathedral, Lincoln, United Kingdom Stained-glass, Staned glass window