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image SM 47/3/29

Reference number

SM 47/3/29

Purpose

[5] Design for a sepulchral chapel, Tyringham Hall, 20 November 1800

Aspect

Plan of a church in a trefoil shape. There are three stepped entrances with a four-columned porch. The interior has a hexagonal nave with three side chapels. In the centre of the nave is a round plan with engaged columns for the tower. Centring lines have been added

Scale

bar scale of 18/10 inches to 10 feet

Inscribed

William Praed Esqr.. / Family Pew / Communion

Signed and dated

  • 20 November 1800
    Lincoln’s Inn Fields Novm: 20: 1800-.

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pencil, wash and pink wash on wove paper, pricked for transfer (likely to be compass points for the columns) (654 x 539)

Hand

Probably Thomas Sword, draughtsman
The Soane Office Day Book for 20 November records Sword as being 'about Plans etc / of a new church‘ for William Praed

Notes

Here there are three entrances with rounded steps and a four-columned portico with access points into the nave as the chapels are now between the entrances (compare with SM 47/3/27)

Level

Drawing

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