The Honan Chapel - Gallery Collection

Image TitleHonan Chapel: north and south elevations
DescriptionThe north and south elevations emphasise the nave with horizontal lines of string courses at window sill level and a second course at a higher level. Anthropomorphic heads are carved at the end of drip moulding at each window. Blank arcading is seen at eaves level, an unusual feature in Ireland. The nave is a simple one aisle oblong layout with no side aisles or columns to obstruct the view.
ContributorJames F. McMullen & John Sisk & Son, Cork
Contribution Year1916
PhotographerRory Long
CopyrightHonan Trust
Date of Photograph2003