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Reference number

SM 54/4/22

Purpose

[86] Design for the side window at Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone, London, January 1826

Aspect

On the left-hand side at the bottom: plan showing the bases of columns flanking a pedestal, and the sill and adjoining masonry of a window. To the right-hand side of this is a plan showing the base of the columns with masonry behind, and between are the bottom corners of a window frame connected by the sill On the left-hand side: elevation showing the top of a latticed half-height window at vault level. Above is a transom window set within a relieving arch, with a recessed panel at the bottom and above a rectangular latticed window, above is a sill and a latticed arch topped window. The window is flanked by Ionic pilasters On the right-hand side: section showing the masonry and the outer stone work, correlating to the elevation. A further section to the right-hand side of this shows the Ionic column in profile and behind is the masonry with different coloured stone for the base, the panel moulding, sill, and behind the column capital, and in front of this is shown the windows with elements shown as open. There are some additional pencil designs on the right-hand edge

Scale

bar scale of 1 inch to 5 feet

Inscribed

Plan, Elevation & Section of the Flank Windows / No22. / Base / Pedestal / Brick Work / Sill / Plan of the upper part of the Window / Plastering / Coverage Bed 9” / 1 1/2 square / Plinth / Ground Line / Portland plinth / Bed of Upper Course 2”..3” / Brick Work / Centre / Cramps / Casement / to / Open / Oak Plate 5 by 5 ¾ / Beam of Gallery / Casement / to / Open / I. / II / III / IV / V / VI / Fir Jambs 4 ½ by 3” / (in pencil) D d[_ _ _] and measurements and calculations given

Signed and dated

  • January 1826
    Datable to January 1826 as it follows the numbering sequence of SM 54/4/21 and others before

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen, wash, coloured washes of Cerulean blue, blue, peach, pink, sepia, stone and yellow, pricked for transfer on wove paper (749 x 544)

Hand

Possibly Burchell, S., draughtsman
The letter types, such as P and F, match Burchell’s hand

Verso

Faded pencil design, perhaps the bottom left-hand side angle of a window frame

Watermark

SMITH&ALLNUTT / 1823

Level

Drawing

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