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image SM volume 69/66

Reference number

SM volume 69/66


[53] Record drawing of design for anti room


Interior perspective

Signed and dated

  • 00/06/1800
    June 1800

Medium and dimensions

Pen, burnt Sienna, red and yellow washes, shaded on laid paper (369 x 231)


Joseph Michael Gandy (1771 - 1843)


The drawing is a simpler version of Gandy's interior perspective of the same subject (see drawing [52]). Volume 69 (of which this drawing is page 66) forms a collection of (label) ' Sketches by J. Gandy / of Buildings designed by / Sir John Soane R.A. / and from which Sketches / Fair drawings were subsequently / made between 1798 and 1800'. So clearly this was a preparatory drawing to the final drawing that took fourteen and a half days to make.



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