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Choose from 847 pictures in our Gothic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Pipe Organ of St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Featured Print

The Pipe Organ of St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The cathedral was built in stages and is one of the City of Melbourne's major landmarks. The cathedral's pipe organ was built by T. C. Lewis and Co of Brixton, England. It was played at the cathedral's inaugural service in 1891. The organ has four manuals and pedals with 53 stops, all with electro-pneumatic action, and is housed in the cathedral's south transept behind newly stencilled facade pipes.

© :: Artie | Photography ::

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544 Featured Print

Royal Courts of Justice, London BB95_15544

ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, The Strand, London. A perspective view of the Royal Courts of Justice, looking east down The Strand towards St Dunstan in the West. The courts were completed to the Gothic revival designs of G. E. Street in 1882. Horse-drawn cabs are parked in the centre of the road where a bus can also be seen. C N Collection, photographed between 1882 and 1916.

© Historic England

John Rylands Library BL15845 Featured Print

John Rylands Library BL15845

JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Deansgate, Manchester. Interior, looking east from the gallery. The library was completed in 1899 to the designs of architect Basil Champneys, and was commissioned by Enriqueta Augustina Rylands in memory of her late husband. The library is a fine example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. It later became part of the University of Manchester. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Co. in 1900.

© Historic England