Steven Taylor - Fine Artist

Steven Taylor

Beaufort, SC - United States

 
 
 

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Steven Taylor

Beaufort, SC - United States

Steven Taylor - Fine Artist

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About Steven Taylor

Welcome to my online gallery where you can view my photography and buy prints. Please feel free to browse through my images. If you find something you're interested in purchasing, there are several different finishes to choose from along with a wide variety of mats and frames.

Email : staylorphotography@yahoo.com

WATERMARKS WILL NOT APPEAR ON PRINTS.

Copyright Notice: All images on this web site are protected by the U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. The images may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way, without written permission of Steven Taylor Artist. Any unauthorized usage will be prosecuted to the full extent of U.S. Copyright Law.

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Old Sheldon Church

Sheldon Church has lain in ruin for more than 120 years. Its gable roof, pediment, windows, and interior have disappeared, but the classic simplicity of its design still remains. One of the first Greek-Revival structures built in the United States, Prince William's Parish Church, erected 1745-55, was once one of the most impressive churches in the Province. During the Revolution, the Patriots are believed to have stored gun powder in it. In 1779, when the British General Augustine Prevost invaded the Lowcountry, the church was burned by a detachment which according to tradition, was commanded by the flamboyant local Tory, Andrew Deveaux. Rebuilt in 1826, the church was again burned by Sherman's men in 1865. The ruins are nevertheless a picturesque site from which the visitor can visualize the grandeur of the pre-Revolutionary church.

Steven  Taylor - Fallen Church

Fallen Church

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Steven  Taylor - Old Sheldon Church

Old Sheldon Church

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Fallen church

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Steven  Taylor - Water Pump

Water Pump

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