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This woodblock print, from Salvatore Zofrea’s Appassionata collection, was gifted to the Art Gallery of New South Wales by the Italian-Australian artist in 2002. Depicting a scene in Chartres Cathedral, it features the gothic arches, vaulted…

Two interior photographs of St Patrick’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Features include stained glass windows, including the Great Window installed in 1867 (photograph 3), a vaulted ribbed ceiling, window tracery, and internal arches featuring…

St Andrew’s Cathedral on George Street in central Sydney was consecrated in 1868, making it the oldest cathedral in Australia. The Anglican cathedral is in the Gothic Revival style and was designed by the English architect Edmund Blacket. These…

An image of the entrance to St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Inside the doorway, a set of lightweight stained glass ‘processional doors’ have been installed. Designed by Janusz Kuzbicki, they were intended to keep out city and…

A close-up of the triple lancet window above the entrance doorway at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne. The Cathedral’s mixture of early and late gothic styles is evident in this window; the flamboyant arches (each has a trefoil head rather than a…

An image of St Paul’s Cathedral, located at the intersection of Flinders Street and Swanston Street in central Melbourne. St Paul’s is the official Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. It was built in a Victorian Gothic style to the…

An image of St Paul’s Cathedral, located at the intersection of Flinders Street and Swanston Street in central Melbourne. St Paul’s is the official Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. It was built in a Victorian Gothic style to the…

A close-up of one of the ornately decorated neo-gothic spires at St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Construction of the spires began in 1926. This was thirty years after the initial building had been completed, and consequently they are slightly…