Terracotta Angel, c.1896
Watts Chapel, England

 Photo : Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos



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Once widespread throughout western Europe, many labyrinths in churches and cathedrals have been destroyed, but their designs are sometimes preserved in manuscripts and antiquarian texts. Labyrinthos has a considerable collection of these plans and engravings, along with plans of lost and surviving labyrinths created by Jeff Saward. A selection of these are reproduced below, and similar graphic plans can be produced to order.

Looking for photographs and plans of the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth? We have a separate page of images of this wonderful and important labyrinth - click here.

We also have photographs of church and cathedral labyrinths available - click here to see some of our collection.

All of the images on this page (and many more besides!) are available in high resolution digital formats for licensed reproduction. For details of reproduction fees and permission procedures, send us an e-mail with details of your planned usage and format requirements. We have many more graphics and images in our archive and can produce plans and graphics to order. If you have specific requirements, please ask.

Church & Cathedral Labyrinths - Graphics

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