Early English style


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Early English style

Early English style: base
Early English style: window
Early English style: Westminster Abbey
The first of the three phases of English Gothic architecture, from ca.
References in periodicals archive ?
The chapel was a very simple affair, designed in the Early English style and built to hold just over 200 worshippers.
The church of St Crallo at Coychurch, near Bridgend, has stone foundations and architecture from the transitional period between the so-called Early English style of the late 1200s and the Decorated style.
This is an imposing stone church in the Early English style, sitting atop a hill and surrounded by an historic seven-acre graveyard.
By contrast we visit the lovely village of Winderton with its modern early English style church standing on a hill.

Full browser ?