Paid With Wool

Flushwork: 7th February 2022 

East Anglia has no native rock, but it has plenty of flint. The medieval flint-knapper and mason worked together to produce this wonderfully decorative flushwork, a common feature on East Anglian churches. Paid for with the profits of East Anglian wool trade.

I submit this as Abstract, another title from the list Maria Antonia has given us for #2022picoftheweek

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9 Responses to Paid With Wool

  1. Love that pop of colour! (And I always enjoy the little historical tidbits you put into your posts!)

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  2. Frank says:

    Beautiful work

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  3. Dale says:

    What a beauty of an abstract image!

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