It is probable, then, that these chapels may be later than the rest—even in their stonework.
In the corner of the cell there was a board let into the stonework.
Paris, with its chaotic maze of stonework, shone as though under glass.
Here there is great height, the arches are pointed, the stonework light.
And this is due more than anything else to the unbroken lines of the stonework, to which everything is kept in due subordination.
A piece of stonework that sneezes is far too like a man to be trusted.
The water lay black and still, and there was no sound but the lapping of the little waves against the stonework.
A river cairn is a solid pile of stonework, with, perhaps, a pole in the centre.
The stonework is of soft grey, and the roof chiefly of well-coloured tiles.
What study, what researches are necessary in order to comprehend the art of stonework!