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image SM 33/3/B46

Reference number

SM 33/3/B46

Purpose

[11] Sections on the lines L M and N O

Aspect

Section on the Line L M showing the chimney-piece walll and Sectiion on the Line N O showing the end (window) wall

Scale

Half-inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

The Marquis of Buckingham, Design for parts of the Gothic Library at Stowe, No 3

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields March 15th: 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia, pink and blue washes, shaded with triple ruled and black wash border on wove paper (704 x 450)

Hand

The Soane office Day Book for 15 March 1805 gives Seward and Malton as working on Stowe, that is Henry Hake Seward (1778-1848) (pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808) and Charles Malton (1788 - ?) (pupil February 1802 - December 1809)

Notes

This drawing was probably made by Malton it seems to be in his hand. He has added faces to to some of the arched compartments on the left-hand wall side. The drawing shows the window wall and the chimney-piece wall

Level

Drawing

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