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  • image SM 6/4/23

Reference number

SM 6/4/23


[28] Design No. 2 for first floor


Plan of the Chamber Floor


bar scale of 1/12 inch to 1 foot


as above, Aynho Design No 2, W.R.Cartwright Esqre, labelled: Mr Cartwrights Room, dressg / Room, Lobby, Chamber (5 times), Nursery, dressing room (4 times), Upper part of Greenhouse, Water Closet/ for/ visitors, Lobby, Housemaids / closet with -----, Gallery, dressing room / & occasional / chamber, Stair to attics, Great Staircase, Gallery (twice), Mr Cartwrights / Dressing room, Ladies / closet, Gents / closet, Stone Staircase, Passage to Servants Chambers over Offices and a few dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 00/11/1799
    (Copy) John Soane Archt Nove: 1799

Medium and dimensions

Pen, black, sepia and red washes, pricked for transfer, quadruple ruled and black and sepia wash border, on laid paper (475 x 589)


George Mansfield, surveyor 1 May 1797 - December 1800 (attributed to)


J Larking Fleur de lis above cartouche with bar and below GR


Compared with drawing [26] Mrs Cartwright's rooms have been simplified, for example, a projecting bay removed and fewer windows.



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