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image SM 3/1/10

Reference number

SM 3/1/10

Purpose

[7] Plan and elevations

Aspect

Plan, walll elevations and details of cornice

Scale

scale of 3/10 inch to 1 foot?

Inscribed

The Revd W.S.Willes, Eating Room, equal (4 times), Moldings on Pannell / of door & Shutters 3 / flush beads, Top of Surbase Molding to / Range with first Square / of Sash, Line of Cornice, Bed molding of Cornice, NB the Cornice / breaks in the / bed molding / only, A,B,B,B,B,C,D,D,E,E,E,F and dimensiions given

Signed and dated

Copy / Lincolns Inn Fields / Oct 19 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia, light red and blue washes, pricked for transfer, on laid paer (544 x 660)

Hand

Henry Hake Seward (1778 - 1848)
Pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808.

Notes

In drawings [3] and [5] the eating room is shown in the top left-hand corner. Two doors framed by engaged Ionic columns give on to the drawing room and the hall, and are balanced by similar columns on the opposite blank wall. Two tall sash windows light the room from the rear of the house.

Level

Drawing

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