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British Listed Buildings, which explains that the church interior has been "repainted after white-washing,” mentions the “rich marble to chancel and font. Fine brass lectern. Painted ceramic tile pictures to aisle walls.”. Architect: William Butterfield. 1865. Queensgate Mews, Kensington, Greater London SW7 5JE. The surprisingly sparse entry on the
Left: Stonework to the left of the altar. Right: The reredos that covers Butterfield's original stone cross..
Left to right: Gothic revival iron work on door, Daniel, and The Nativity. The two images at right are examples of the church's tile paintings, the remainder of which you can see by following the link below.
- The Exterior
- The Pulpit
- Painted tiles with types and antitypes of Christ
- The church's Victorian and later stained glass
“Church of St Augustine, Kensington and Chelsea.” British Listed Buildings. Web. 8 April 2013. Listing NGR: TQ2658578731.
Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. Architecture Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Baltimore: Penguin, 1963.
Thompson, Paul. William Butterfield, Victorian Architect. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971.
Last modified 8 April 2013