National Trust Sandham Memorial Chapel

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A red-brick chapel built in the 1920s for the artisit Stanley Spencer to place his visionary paintings.

Sandham Memorial Chapel is in the village of Burghclere, Hampshire, England. It is a Grade I listed 1920s decorated chapel, designed by Lionel Pearson to house war paintings. The chapel surrounded by lawns and orchards, with views of Watership Down. It is now run by the National Trust and is open to the public.

The chapel is mainly known for its murals by the 20th-century English artist Stanley Spencer from Cookham, inspired by his experience of World War I. He was influenced by Giotto

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