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image SM 47/3/26

Reference number

SM 47/3/26

Purpose

[6] Design for a sepulchral chapel, Tyringham Hall, 30 November 1800

Aspect

Plan of a sepulchral chapel. The plan shows a trefoil structure with three entrances, each with a four-columned porch. The interior shows three side chapels with windows on the outside of each barriers demarcating each chapel, and the nave in the centre. Centring lines are visible

Scale

bar scale of 1 inch to 10 feet

Signed and dated

  • 30 November 1800
    Nov 30th: 1800 the dating formula seesm to be Soane's

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pencil on wove paper (333 x 263)

Hand

Probably SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Probably Gandy, Joseph Michael (1771--1843), draughtsman
The Soane Office Day Book records for 30 November that Gandy is working on a ‘View of the new / Church Tyringham’

Notes

This plan differs from the previous rough drawing (SM 47/3/24) in having four-columned porches as opposed to the two or four in antis.

Level

Drawing

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