Gloucester Cathedral, Painting in St. Andrew's Chapel, 1890.
© NMeM / Royal Photographic Society / Science & Society Picture Library
Photograph by Frederick Henry Evans (1853-1943). In 1100 the site was consecrated as St Peter's Abbey, it was not until 1541 when King Henry VIII established it as a cathedral. The photograph shows a painting in St. Andrew's Chapel, above the painting it says 'Behold the lamb of God.' taken form "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sins of the world" John 1:29.