Click on images to enlarge them. Photographs by the author, who would like to thank Mr. John Boshier, the church's knowledgable and enthusiastic visitors' guide, who explained the building's history and pointed out many of its fascinating details. [You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite it in a print one.]
. St. Barnabas Church, St. Barnabas Street, Pimlico, London SW1. Thomas Cundy, architect. Consecratated 1850. “Bodley designed the altar (in panelled oak) and the magnificent Reredos” (“Guide”).
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. “Of particular note are statues of St. Peter and St. Paul, housed in tabernacles at each side of the screen” (“Guide”).
. “The six altar candlesticks of silver were based on an 1850 design by Hardman. Their bases, which are of special interest, are in the form of three angels seated, with their hands clasped in prayer” (“Guide”).
Left:. “The finely wrought brass grates, from the original screen, are by Hardman, dated 1850” (“Guide”).
Additional photographs of St. Barnabas
- The Organ
- Full-length statues of saints and the Madonna
- Miscellaneous carvings in wood and stone
- The Pulpit
- Baptistery and Font
- Chapel of St. John the Baptist
- The exterior of the church
“A Short Guide to St. Barnabas's Church, Pimlico.” Four-page guide available at the church.
St Barnabas Pimlico (church website). 20 April 2015.
Last modified 20 April 2015