Tresmitt-Hamar Cathedral Ruins

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Subject

This woodcut depicts stone cathedral ruins as well as some flowers and plants nearby.

Description

The main part of the cathedral still standing is stone that makes up four arched windows/entryways. Little else is in tact. The ruins take up most of the top half, particularly toward the right. White flowers with yellow centers grow along the borrom left of the piece against green grass; a bush or scrub grows behind. Behind that is a brown, bare tree. The sky is nearly white.

Publisher

Concordia College Art Collection

Rights

To order a high resolution digital file of this image, inquire about permissions, or for information on prices, contact Heidi Goldberg at Goldberg@cord.edu or 218-299-4624.

Identifier

Coverage

Bishop Whipple: 3rd floor near elevator

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Physical Dimensions

20 x14 1/2 inches(image)
28 x 23 inches(frame)

Files

1111.317.36art1.jpg
1111.317.36.jpg

Citation

Haakensveen, Odd, “Tresmitt-Hamar Cathedral Ruins,” Concordia College Art Collection, accessed May 7, 2021, http://ccartcollection.concordiacollegearchives.org/items/show/390.

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