Carving, Beverley Minster, East Riding of Yorkshire, c1955-c1980. A detailed view of a carved hoodmould stop in the nave. The hoodmould stop consists of a figure in long robes playing a bowed string instrument. The figure is stood on an outcrop below, deeper into the join of the two arches either side. Above the instrument player is a large torso of a figure with a grotesque face, situated underneath a circular corbel that is at the base of a vertical shaft leading to the triforium.