[Tomb in the Cloisters.]
Fort Tryon Park. The Cloisters. Interior, through door toward altar
Fort Tryon Park. The Cloisters. Interior, view through window
The Cloisters, Fort Tryon Park, New York City.
The Saint-Guilhem Cloister
Capital from St.-Michel-de-Cuxa
The Cloister of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa
Chapter House from the Abbey of Notre-Dame-de-Pontaut
The Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park. View from the South.
"Virgin and child" at entrance to Cloister museum.
"The Cloisters," branch of Museum of Art at Ft. Washington Avenue. Devoted to European medieval art. This is the Cuxa Cloister.
The Cuxa Cloister by moonlight. Built in the XII Century. Was the monastery of St. Michael, Spain.
Interior of Cloister Museum showing relics of the XII century.
[The Cloisters, 99 Margaret Corbin Drive.]
[Courtyard at the Cloisters.]
[Sculpture of Madonna and child at the Cloisters.]
[Sculpture in the courtyard of the Cloisters.]
[Sculpture by a window at the Cloisters.]
[Entrance to the chapel at the Cloisters.]
[Courtyard of the Cloisters.]
The Cloister of the Carmelite Monastery at Trie
The Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park, New York City. Branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The Cloisters, Fort Tryon Park
Part of the exterior, possibly by the courtyard, of the Cloisters.
The courtyard, as seen through the arched columns, of the Cloisters.
The courtyard and archways of the Cloister Museum.
Window in the Cloisters.
Detailed view of a stained glass window featuring two angels and decorative borders.
A row of Corinthian colums.
Part of the exterior of the Cloisters.
Drive down from the Cloisters.
The road leading up to the Cloisters, with the Hall of Fame in the distance.
Part of the exterior of the Cloisters, taken from the courtyard.
A corner of the courtyard, filled with potted plants.
A row of Corinthian columns, bordering the courtyard.
Corinthian columns in the courtyard of the Cloisters Museum.
A row of corinthian columns in the courtyard.
A row of columns, part of the courtyard and part of the exterior of the Cloisters.
A capital, now a cistern, the Cloisters.
The decorative capital of a Corinthian column, now being used as a cistern.
Roundels: The Cloisters.
Two religious roundels, featuring religious images.
Row of columns in the courtyard of the Cloisters.
Window: The Gifts of the Magi, the Cloisters.
Stained glass window depicting the religious scene, the gift sof the Magi.
Facade of the Cloisters.