Interior of Exeter Cathedral
Engraver: Malton, T.
View of the interior of Exeter Cathedral in Devon. In this print, the screen and organ can be seen from the nave. The organ is particularly large and was constructed in 1664. The Norman Cathedral was virtually rebuilt between c.1275 and 1369. Even though the work was carried out by many different master masons employed by a succession of bishops, the original architectural style remained the same. The nave has the longest unbroken span of Gothic vaulting for an English Cathedral.