| Medieval diocese: Uppsala
12th century second half
Yttergran Church is the smallest church in Uppland. It was constructed in the 12th century with apses, choir and nave. During the 13th century the church got it's tower. At the end of the 15th century the church was recontructed and the wooden ceiling was replaced by waults, one in the choir and one in the nave. The triumph arch was enlarged. The church got its murals around 1480 by Albertus Pictor.
Henrik Cornell, Albertus Pictor Sten Stures und Jacob Ulvssons Maler, Stockholm 1981
Armin Trulse: Yttergrans kyrka, Östhammar 2006
Christina Sandquist Öberg, Albertus Pictor målare av sin tid II, Stockholm 2009 pp 355-364