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The entrance to the chapel is through that small open arch at the extreme left of the photograph.
Left to right: a wrought iron decoration that looks almost like the cartoon outline of a face, St. Michael slaying Satan, and a lovely wrought irony, airy cross.
Left to right: a doorway at the side of the chapel, the door inside the passage way that opens into the chapel — see the wrought iron details at top and middle of the door — and a view of Liddon Quad from the entrance to the hall.
Other images of Keble College, Oxford, and related materials
- College Exterior
- The Chapel Interior
- Pusey Quad
- Liddon Quad including the Hall
- Victorian Rogue Architecture
- John Keble and the Oxford Movement
Crook, J. Mordaunt . The Dilemma of Style: Architectural Ideas from the Picturesque to the Post-Modern. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.
Thompson, Paul. William Butterfield, Victorian Architect. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971.
Last modified 23 August 2012