Oxford, St Michael's church
Medium: Pencil on paper
A south view of St Michael's church and Bocardo (a prison) in the city of Oxford. The tall west tower of the church is late Anglo-Saxon, surviving extraordinarily well in the middle of the crowded 19th-century Corn Market. The remainder of the church has been rebuilt over time and is now mostly in the 'Perpendicular Gothic' style. This parish church traditionally served townspeople rather than the University of Oxford.