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Chapel of St Anthony the Eremite, Murthly, Perth and Kinross

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Simon Green, RCAHMS staff

This image conjures up the 19th century ideal of 'the beauty of holiness'. Here a private Catholic Chapel built in 1846 is very richly decorated and beyond the altar can be glimpsed the ancient family burial vault of the Stewarts of Grandtully. It is in stark contrast to the cold clear light of Presbyterian worship. The image celebrates the magnificently decorated building and ties the ancient family and their faith together.

14th June, 9:21 pm

Thomas SF, Murthly

not so, elizabeth. if you would like to see the chapel, please just contact us via our website (murthly-estate.com) to arrange a viewing time. no special event required.

3rd October, 4:04 pm

Elizabeth McDermott, Glasgow

Disappointing to discover that St Anthony's Chapel can only be viewed If you book a special event!

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Region: Tayside

This lithograph was printed in 1850

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