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image SM 35/3/3

Reference number

SM 35/3/3

Purpose

[32] Design for cast iron verandah

Aspect

Plan and elevation of the Design for the Verandah in the Entrance Front of the House at Roehampton

Scale

a scale of 3/10 of 1 inch to 1 foot

Signed and dated

1806

Medium and dimensions

Pen, raw umber, sepia and green washes, partly pricked for transfer,on laid paper (334 x 459)
Pen, raw umber, sepia and green washes, pricked for transfer, on laid paper (336 x 460)

Hand

Soane office hand

Watermark

I Taylor and Post horn within a crowned cartouche and beow GR

Notes

Designed for the entrance front of the house and thus pedimented and perhaps more formal than the garden verandah.

Level

Drawing

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