|Thomas Gambier Parry's angelic decoration high up in the lantern |
of the Octagon Tower of England's Ely Cathedral
|Highnan Court and gardens, ancestral home of the Gambier-Parry family.|
|Thomas Gambier Parry ca. 1850|
|Gambier Parry's Church of the Holy Innocents, 1849-51, |
Highnan, Gloucestershire, England--tall, slender, and quick.
|Thomas Gambier Parry' highly decorated Gothic frescoes, Church of the Innocents.|
|The nave of the Church of the Holy|
Innocents. Gambier Parry's fresco
(above) is just above the arch.
|The Strand block of London's Somerset House, which today houses the |
Courtauld Institute of Art and Thomas Gambier Parry's former art
collection, was once the home of Britain's Royal Academy of Art.
|Highnan's Church of the Holy Innocents makes a beautiful |
central focus for the estate's English gardens.