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A detail of the decorative stone tracery surrounding the lancet archways leading into the entrance porch at the Mitchell Building, The University of Adelaide. This is an example of blind tracery (because it is applied to the stone wall and no glass…

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…

A view of the mid-gothic style lancet windows at St John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fremantle, Western Australia. This style is characterised by the shape of the stone tracery inside the enclosing arch. Above the lancet windows are also small…

A view of the mid-gothic style lancet windows at St John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fremantle, Western Australia. This style is characterised by the shape of the stone tracery inside the enclosing arch. Above the lancet windows are also small…

A black and white photograph of St John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Fremantle taken by renowned WA photographer Izzy Orloff in the 1920s. St John the Evangelist is a neo-gothic Church located in the centre of Fremantle. It was designed by W.…