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image SM 34/3/17

Reference number

SM 34/3/17

Purpose

[53] Design for new eating room, 22 May 1819

Aspect

Interior perspective Design for the proposed New Eating Room at the house in St James's Square

Inscribed

as above, The Earl of St German

Signed and dated

22nd May 1819

Medium and dimensions

Pen, Payne's Gray, red, yellow ochre washes, triple ruled and sepia(565 x 422)
Pen, Payne's Gray, red and yellow washes, with triple ruled and wide sepia wash brder, on laiid paper (422 x 565)

Hand

(Charles Edward Papendiek 1801-1835 pupil January 1818 - March 1824)

Notes

A double height room that seems impossibly tall and with an unusual set of upper windows. The inscription states 'the house in St James's Square' but this may be an error. Drawing [54] has Charles Street, and drawing [55] is marked 'Charles Street' and 'Eating Room'.


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