Chapel Rose was built between 1290 and 1308 as a convent and hospital, occupied by the Augustinian Sisters. Around 1600 the entire complex was destroyed by fire, after which it was rebuilt. The oldest parts that have been preserved date from that period. In the 19th century the south and west wings were partially demolished and rebuilt.
The photograph is 15 inches by 10 inches, unframed, and printed on Lustre Fuji DP11 Professional Paper.
If you require a slightly different print size please contact me directly. Aspect ratios may vary slightly from size to size so some cropping may occur on other sizes.
Each photograph is printed to order so please allow 7 working days for delivery within the UK. Shipping to other countries may take longer.