Keble by Dorothy Megaw

KEBLE
 

Keble College was established in 1870. The architect  is William Butterfield. As a Gothic Revivalist he sought to reinterpret Gothic architecture for Victorian Times.  

 

 

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The brickwork is described as polychromatic. Notice the colours of red, white and blue patterned banding on the brickwork.

BRICK
WORK

William Butterfield designed this fabulous neo-gothic red brick building as a monument to John Keble.

 If you can a chance to visit the chapel, look out for 'The Light of the World' by William Holman Hunt.
 

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Keble College Chapel has been described as the 'grandest ecclesiastical space in Oxford.'

'choir at keble'

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