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Brunnby Church
Medieval Christian art in Sweden. Copyright Lars-Olof Albertson
Medieval diocese: Lund
Province: Skåne
Municipality: Höganäs
c. 1200
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The Romanesque church with walls of granite has a square choir and a nave. The north transept was constructed in 15th century and the two south transepts and the tower were constructed in 18th century. In the 15th century the church was vaulted.
The vaults were painted around 1480 by the Helsingborg workshop. Probably were the paintings paid by the owner of Bollerup Castle Barbara Brahe.
The church was consecrated to St. Andrew, who was the patron of seamen and fishers. In the vaults the story of St. Andrew is told.

Bertil Åstrand, Brunnby kyrka
Carl-Axel Malmberg, Kalkmålningarna i Brunnby kyrka, Höganäs 1991
Carl Axel Malmberg, Kungahelgonen i Brunnby kyrka (from Kullabygd, Kullens hembygsförenings årsskrift 1988)
A Catalogue of Wall-Paintings in Medieval Denmark 1100-1600. Scania Halland Blekinge. II. Catalogue A-M Copenhagen 1976. pp 54-58