Keble by Dorothy Megaw
Keble College was established in 1870. The architect is William Butterfield. As a Gothic Revivalist he sought to reinterpret Gothic architecture for Victorian Times.
The brickwork is described as polychromatic. Notice the colours of red, white and blue patterned banding on the brickwork.
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.
Keble College Chapel has been described as the 'grandest ecclesiastical space in Oxford.'