Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire

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Monastery
Abbey founded 1906 by Anglican Benedictines, who converted to Roman Catholicism 1913. Sold 1928 to Cistercians of Chimay, Belgium. Church 1909-10, by John Coates Carter. The Abbey church was burned out 1940, and restored 1951.

People associated with this site
   as architect: John Coates Carter


Artworks at this site:
  Virgin and Child and St Benedict Virgin and Child and St Benedict
artist: Theodore Baily
about 1920-1928
Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
cloister
  Instruments of the Passion and the Veronica Instruments of the Passion and the Veronica
artist: Theodore Baily
about 1920-1928
Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
cloister
  The Sacred Heart of Christ and the Crown of Thorns The Sacred Heart of Christ and the Crown of Thorns
artist: Theodore Baily
about 1920-1928
Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
cloister
  Stations of the Cross Stations of the Cross
about 1960-1970
Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
cloister
  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
artist (attributed to): Eric Gill
about 1920-1928
Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
Abbey common room
  Figure of the Dead Christ Figure of the Dead Christ
Caldey Abbey, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
Abbot's Chapel



Other sites at Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire
Church of St David
Church of St Mary and St Samson
Oratory of Our Lady Queen of Peace
Priory Church of St Mary and St Illtyd
The Cottages

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