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U994.30.419

SPAIN

1865/02/22

PALENCIA. CATHEDRAL. TOWER. SOUTH SIDE

U994.30.319

SPAIN

1865/02/22

PALENCIA. S. ANTHOLIN. WEST FRONT

U994.30.420

SPAIN

1865/02/22

PALENCIA. S. MIGUEL. TOWER. WEST SIDE

U994.30.421

SPAIN

1865/02/22

PALENCIA. ST. ANTHOLIN. CHAPTER HOUSE

U994.30.8

SPAIN

1865/01/02

PAMPLONA. SAN FIN. GRILLE TO CHAPEL

A companion piece to A3a (U994.30.6), this sketch shows a detail of the grille to the same chapel in the southwest angle of the cloisters. In addition to the identifying inscription in the lower right corner, and the number in the upper left, Bayne’s monogram is on the second supporting stone of the grille in the lower left corner. As in the previous sketch, Bayne has only partially completed the metalwork detail on the right side of the screen. On the side, he has written, "See note book for rest" but these pages are missing.

U994.30.11

SPAIN

1865/01/02

PAMPLONA. SAN SATURNINO. KITCHEN ROOF

According to Street, San Saturnino was the first Bishop of Pamplona.* Georgiana Goddard King, who edited the 1914 edition of Street’s book notes in her comments that this is the oldest Gothic church in Navarre, belonging to the second half of the thirteenth century.** Street’s plan shows the church, the interior of which he decribes. It does not show the kitchen, presumably shown from within the cloisters in Bayne’s sketch. It is possible that Bayne has sketched some other structure, although this identification seems to match most closely. In addition to the abbreviated identification at the lower left, Bayne has numbered the drawing in the upper right and signed the sketch with his monogram at the lower left.

* Street, Gothic Architecture in Spain, Vol. 2, 215.
** Ibid., 220.

U994.30.6

SPAIN

1865/01/02

PAMPLONA. SAN. FIN. CHAPEL IN CLOISTER

Bayne’s sketch is identified by the inscription in the lower right corner and a detailed plan in the upper left which he states is "Chapel in S.W. angle of Cloisters." The metalwork tracery of the right-hand grille is only partially completed in his sketch. His monogram is in the lower left corner. The Cathedral of Pamplona was begun in A.D. 1397 by Charles III of Navarre to replace an earlier structure dating from about 1100.* Street does not mention the chapel Bayne has sketched, but describes the wrought iron Reja in front of the Capilla mayor within the cathedral itself. In his description of this screen, he mentions that the "whole stands upon a moulded and panelled base of stone."* A similar arrangement is seen in Bayne’s detail of the chapel grille (A4a). The photograph shows Bayne’s faithful rendering of the vaulting and column mouldings with their foliate capitals. The plan gives a possible perspective from which Bayne’s two sketches were drawn.

* Street, Gothic Architecture in Spain, Vol. 2, 210.

U994.30.452

SPAIN

1865/01/16

POBLET. CISTERCIAN CONVENT. ONE BAY OF CLOISTER ON NORTH WALL

U994.30.122

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET. CONVENT

Poblet. Convent. Maja….

U994.30.81

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET. CONVENT. NORTH AISLE OF CHURCH

In this sketch of the north aisle of the convent church, Bayne shows the massive cluster piers supporting the pointed rib vault. Bayne’s monogram is in the lower left. The drawing number is in the upper left, and the identification of location and date in the lower right corners.

U994.30.77

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CLOISTER

In this sketch, Bayne shows the view over the cloisters. The lantern tower and campanile can be seen at the upper edge of the drawing. A detail of the corbels is in the upper left corner, just beneath the number of the drawing. Bayne’s monogram is in the lower left. The date and location are in the lower right corner.

U994.30.73

SPAIN

1865/01/18

POBLET: CONVENT KITCHEN. PLAN

This sketch shows the interior of the Convent kitchen. A detail of the plan is in the upper right corner. The number of the drawing is in the upper left, with Bayne’s monogram in the lower left, and identification of location and date in the lower right corners.

U994.30.75

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CONVENT, ENTRANCE TO CLOISTER

Bayne has provided a view of the ruined state of the chamber over the entrance to the cloister, with stones lying where they have fallen from the roof now open to the sky. In addition, he gives a detail of the plan in the upper right corner, and a section of the rib moulding and corbel in the upper left. The number of the drawing is also found in the upper left. Bayne’s monogram is in the lower left, and information about the date and location is in the lower right.

U994.30.76

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CONVENT. ABOVE SALA CAPITULARES FROM CLOISTER ROOF

In addition to the main subject of the sketch, the view of the façade of the Sala Capitulares, Bayne has provided a detail in the upper left corner of a detail of a portion of one of the traceried windows. The gabled roof to the right of the rectangular building appears to be the chamber over the entrance to the cloister sketched by Bayne in A43 (U994.30.75). At the lower centre and left centre of the sketch, Bayne has identified the roof of the cloister and the side of the church. The buttresses of the church are visible in the lower left. The number of the drawing is in the upper left corner above the detail of the window. The location and date are given in the lower right corner. There is no monogram.

U994.30.79

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CONVENT. APSE OF CHURCH

Bayne shows a detail of the apse of the convent church in this drawing. His monogram is in the lower left, the number in the upper left, and the date and location in the lower right corners.

U994.30.74

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CONVENT. DORMITORIA.

Bayne shows the interior of the Dormitoria of the Convent in this sketch. In the upper right, he has added a detail of one of the corbels, and notes that there are 20 bays to the room. His monogram is in the lower left, the number of the drawing in the upper left, and the date and location in the lower right corners.

U994.30.78

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CONVENT. NAVE OF CHURCH. WALL OF CHOIR

This sketch shows the interior of the nave of the convent church. Bayne shows an altar in the apse at the end of the nave and identifies by an inscription to the left the wall of the choir. The drawing number is in the upper left, and information about the date and location is in the lower right corners. There is no monogram.

U994.30.71

SPAIN

1865/01/16

POBLET: CONVENT. ON NORTH SIDE OF CLOISTER

Although Bayne identifies this sketch as "On N. side of the cloister," it appears to match photographs of the Convent’s library. Not only are the column capitals similar, but the drawing shows an enclosed room with a row of columns down the centre. This differs from the sketch showing the north walk of the cloister in A38 (U994.30.69). Bayne’s monogram is in the lower left, and the number of the drawing is in the upper left. The date and location are in the lower right corner.

Photo: Poblet. Library. L'arte Catelon.

U994.30.82

SPAIN

1865/01/17

POBLET: CONVENT. SALA CAPITULARES. PLAN

In this sketch, Bayne shows the interior of the Sala Capitulares with two of the three windows visible. A detail of the plan is in the lower left, beneath which is Bayne’s monogram. The drawing number is in the upper left, and information about the date and location is in the lower right corners.

U994.30.67

SPAIN

1865/01/16

POBLET: ENTRANCE TO LAVATORIA. CLOISTERS IN CONVENT

Bayne’s sketch shows the entrance to a domed structure, beneath which is a fountain for washing. The drawing shows cluster columns supporting a pointed arch, beyond which is the fountain just out of view. Bayne’s monogram is in the lower left and the number of the drawing is in the upper left. The date and identification of the structure and location is given in the lower right corner.

U994.30.68

SPAIN

1865/01/16

POBLET: LAVATORY, OUT OF NORTH WALK. CONVENT

In this drawing, Bayne provides a detailed view of the fountain beneath a hexagonal domed structure with a ribbed umbrella vault. The rough plan with labels is given in the upper right corner, while the number is in the upper left and Bayne's monogram is in the lower left corners. In the lower right is the location and date of the drawing.

U994.30.70

SPAIN

1865/01/16

POBLET: NORTH END OF REFECTORY. CONVENT

This sketch shows the interior of the refectory of Poblet Convent. In addition, Bayne has detail sketches of a capital to a rib shaft in the upper left and base of the rib shaft in the upper right corners. The number of the drawing is in the upper left. Identification of the location and date is in the lower right.

U994.30.69

SPAIN

1865/01/16

POBLET: WEST SIDE OF THE NORTH WALK. CLOISTER. CONVENT

Bayne shows the west side of the north walk of the cloister in this sketch. The solid wall can be seen on the right, with traceried windows opening onto the cloister court on the left. Bayne’s monogram is in the lower left corner, with the number of the drawing in the upper left, and the location and date in the lower right.

U994.30.655

SPAIN

1865

PUERTO EL CUARTE

   
 

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