Church of the Four Comely Saints
Photographer:Welch, Robert John
Description:A photograph of the interior of the ruin of the Church of the Four Comely Saints. The ruin is on Inis Mór. Inis Mór is the largest of the three Aran Islands. The Aran Islands are off the west coast of Ireland. The Four Comely Saints is a collective name for Fursey, Brendan of Birr, Conall, and Berchán, four saints in the early Irish Christian church. This is a fifteenth-century church, and is the reputed burial place of the Four Comely Saints. There is a teenage boy and man in the picture. The man is wearing a hat and coat. He is holding an umbrella. The boy is wearing a hat and is dressed in Aran costume. They are standing on each side of a narrow window.