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Hinton Charterhouse, church

Hinton Charterhouse, church

Artist: Grimm, Samuel Hieronymus

Medium: Ink wash on paper

Date: 1790

Shelfmark: Additional MS 15547

Item number: f.45

Length: 19

Width: 27

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Manuscript

Drawing of a window in the north wall on the outside, and of a bracket on the inside, of Hinton parish church (at Hinton Charterhouse). It is a three light window with cusping, surrounded by a border. There are richly carved humorous figures at either end of the brackets. Hinton Charterhouse was one of the first Carthusian monasteries in England. It was founded in 1232 by the Countess of Salisbury. The monastery was dissolved along with other religious houses in the 16th century. In the late 18th century, when Grimm visited here, many of the monastic buildings were still standing.

The Dissolution of the Monasteries took place between 1536 and 1540 when King Henry VIII confiscated the property of the Catholic institutions so as to establish himself as the new head of the Church of England.

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