Artist: Grimm, Samuel Hieronymus
Medium: Ink wash on paper
The church was built in the Gothic Perpendicular style although it has some earlier parts such as the Norman south doorway. The four-tiered west tower is impressive and has diagonal buttresses and is crowned by big square pinnacles. In this picture children can be seen playing on a monument outside the church.
The Gothic style (12th-16th centuries) is characterised by strong vertical lines, high vaulted ceilings, pointed window and door openings and buttressed walls, and falls between the Romanesque and Renaissance periods. Gothic Perpendicular (1375-1540) is further marked by the use of horizontal and perpendicular lines.