Friday, 26 February 2016

Romanesque Art; Part 3; Pyrenees-Orientales


        


In 1989 we went again , but this time also to Pyerenees Orientales and went to see St Martin de Canigou and St Michael de Cuxa and Serrabonne

St Martin de Canigou



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We also found there an open tomb, but I think it was on initiation coffin.

St Michael de Cuxa


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Serrabona


This was the most interesting place, more intimate and the red sculptures were very impressive.

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Southern Gallery

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Tribune


Northern Door

The northern door

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   Sculpture;  Southern Gallery




   

         

       


Tribune


                       

St Mark and St John
St Matthew
       


St Luke
Lamb

        





          


       







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