Nave viewed from south aisle, Holy Trinity Church

Architect: John Dando Sedding


Sloane Street, London SW1.

“The detail — with the huge west and east windows with their flowing tracery, the arches of the arcade sprouting out of the main piers without any interposed capitals, the abundance of colourful Italian marble (Ruskin's influence), and the plentiful sculptural decoration — is all eminently typical of Sedding.” — Cherry and Pevsner, 559.

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Photograph and text George P. Landow

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