• The Doom painting

    The Doom painting above the Chancel archway is sadly very difficult to see. Use Rouse’s drawing and description below to get an idea of the position of elements in the painting, then try zooming in using your phone’s camera; judicious application of filters can help to bring out some details.

  • The wallpaintings in the north aisle

    At first sight, the paintings in the north aisle are a confusing muddle. To make sense of them, it helps to understand that they comprise two layered sets of paintings, one layer dating from the 14th century (paintings A and B) and the other from the 15th century (paintings C, D and E). The north…