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image SM 35/4/13

Reference number

SM 35/4/13

Purpose

[33] Design for an entrance elevation with six column Ionic portico and lesenes

Aspect

Design for the Entrance Front with plan of wall and portico and wall section

Scale

bar scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, Reymundo Putt Esqre and some dimensions given

Signed and dated

Novr 23rd 1811

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and pink washes, shaded, on laid paper (448 x 580)

Hand

George Basevi (1794 - 1845)
Pupil December 1810 - June 1816. The Soane office Day Book has Basevi and also Tyrrell making drawings for Combe House.
Charles Tyrrell (1795 - 1832)
Pupil January 1811 - March 1817.

Notes

A simple portico with four Ionic columns (as in drawing [24] with the end bays each emphasised by two pairs of full-height lesenes crowned by pediments.

Level

Drawing

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