The William Henry Fox Talbot Catalogue Raisonné


Object within Schaaf no. 4496

St Andrews Cathedral with St Regulus' Church on the right

Object details

Image size: h 10.5cm x w 21.4cm

Object Type: Salted Paper Print

Physical description: silver bleed through to back; print trimmed to image edge; possibly intensified

Inscription: LA946 in ink verso [corrected from LA947]

The British Library, gift of Janet and Petronella Burnett-Brown, 1 March 2006
Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey, National Trust (LA946; 01318)

Owner: The British Library

Object owner number: Talbot Photo 2(469)

Collection: Talbot Collection

This object is part of Schaaf no. 4496

St. Andrews Cathedral with St. Regulus' Church on the right

Keywords: Architecture Church Scotland Ruins

St. Rule's (also known as St. Regulus') tower is located in the grounds of St. Andrews Cathedral but predates it, having served as the church of the priory up to the early 12th century.