Ijsselmuiden (Ov): O.L. Vrouwe Onbevlekt Ontvangen (J. Stuyt, 1919)
church replaced a previous church which was built on the same location in
1859. It is a typical example of the type of church Jan Stuyt built in
many villages in the 1910's. It's a neo-Romanesque church with a
rectangular ground-plan. On each side of the nave are three chapels,
each with a gable and a saddle-roof. The choir has a semi-circular
apse. The front has a porch, a rose-window and an offset-standing tower
with saddle-roof. A small belltower marks the back of the nave. With
the exception of the front the church is very similar to the St.
Willibrordus in Berkel-Enschot built in 1910, while Stuyt's
church in Klein-Zundert is almost identical to this one.