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Title Artist Date of Work Object Type Accession Number
Prayer, lectio divina and work, according to St Benedict, are the three most important elements of a monk's life. A novice does two hours work in the community each day, a professed sister three. Work or employments vary and are rotated every three months. Shown here are the Vestarian, who make and repairs the habits, and cowls, the Laundry Sister, the Pantry Sister and the Guest Mistress or Portress who looks after visitors and retreatants. There are a few rooms in the outer enclosure for guests or for people who wish to make retreats. Prayer, lectio divina and work, according to St Benedict, are the three most important elements of a monk's life. A novice does two hours work in the community each day, a professed sister three. Work or employments vary and are rotated every three months. Shown here are the Vestarian, who make and repairs the habits, and cowls, the Laundry Sister, the Pantry Sister and the Guest Mistress or Portress who looks after visitors and retreatants. There are a few rooms in the outer enclosure for guests or for people who wish to make retreats.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/40
Prayer, lectio divina and work, according to St Benedict, are the three most important elements of a monk's life. A novice does two hours work in the community each day, a professed sister three. Work or employments vary and are rotated every three months. Shown here are the Vestarian, who make and repairs the habits, and cowls, the Laundry Sister, the Pantry Sister and the Guest Mistress or Portress who looks after visitors and retreatants. There are a few rooms in the outer enclosure for guests or for people who wish to make retreats. Prayer, lectio divina and work, according to St Benedict, are the three most important elements of a monk's life. A novice does two hours work in the community each day, a professed sister three. Work or employments vary and are rotated every three months. Shown here are the Vestarian, who make and repairs the habits, and cowls, the Laundry Sister, the Pantry Sister and the Guest Mistress or Portress who looks after visitors and retreatants. There are a few rooms in the outer enclosure for guests or for people who wish to make retreats.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/42
Flowers for the sanctuary. Flowers for the sanctuary.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/44
There is usually an hour for recreation at 3.20. This might be spent outside playing games like rounders or badminton or skipping, or inside the community room doing craft work and socialising. There is usually an hour for recreation at 3.20. This might be spent outside playing games like rounders or badminton or skipping, or inside the community room doing craft work and socialising.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/45
A ceremony dedicating the novices to the Blessed Virgin Mary. A ceremony dedicating the novices to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/48
A ceremony marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Foundress. A ceremony marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Foundress.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/49
The day ends after Compline. Most sisters will rise for an hour in the night for Adoration. The day ends after Compline. Most sisters will rise for an hour in the night for Adoration.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/51
The sister of Tyburn Tree. On a traffic island not far from the monastery is a plaque marking the site of Tyburn gallows. Pilgrims stop here to pray in memory of Catholics martyred during the reformation. The sister of Tyburn Tree. On a traffic island not far from the monastery is a plaque marking the site of Tyburn gallows. Pilgrims stop here to pray in memory of Catholics martyred during the reformation.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/52
Looking towards north London from the roof of Tyburn across the enclosure garden. Looking towards north London from the roof of Tyburn across the enclosure garden.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/53
Sister Noelle, one of the novices in the laundry of the monastery. Sister Noelle, one of the novices in the laundry of the monastery.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/24
Catching Shadows Catching Shadows
John Roy
2012
Work on paper/Drawing
2012/3/5
Rosie Rosie
Peter Peryer
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1997/29/1
Neenish Tarts Neenish Tarts
Peter Peryer
1983
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1997/29/4
Hunua (from the 'Mars Hotel' series) Hunua (from the 'Mars Hotel' series)
Peter Peryer
1975
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1997/29/37
The Concrete Rabbit The Concrete Rabbit
Peter Peryer
1982
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1997/29/38
New Forest, Branch River, Marlborough New Forest, Branch River, Marlborough
Wayne Barrar
1987
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
1988/1/3
Taranaki, 15 April 1986 Taranaki, 15 April 1986
Laurence Aberhart
1986
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
1988/3/1
Taranaki, (with cloud and moon) Taranaki, (with cloud and moon)
Laurence Aberhart
1986
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
1988/3/2
Taranaki, (with smoke, undated) Taranaki, (with smoke, undated)
Laurence Aberhart
1986
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
1988/3/3
Taranaki (undated) Taranaki (undated)
Laurence Aberhart
1986
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
1988/3/5
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