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SM Adam volume 51/72


[38] Design for a gate and lodges, 1776, unexecuted


Plan and elevation of a gateway, with a single rusticated carriage arch surmounted by an attic ornamented with fret, fluting, and a tablet containing festoons and an eagle within a tablet, and surmounted by a strigilated socle; and the arch is flanked by single-storey, single-bay, pedimented lodges, each with three acroteria, one window, and a chimneypiece; and flanked by a wooden fence


bar scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot


Design of a Gate and Lodge from the Doncaster Road to Nostel. One of the Seats of Sir Rowland Winn Baronet / Situated near the Dairy Farm / Plan of the Gateway and Lodge / Lodge / Bed Room and measurements given

Signed and dated

  • 15/04/1776
    April 15th 1776 (in pencil in a modern curatorial hand) / Adelphi April 15t 1776

Medium and dimensions

Pen and pencil on laid paper (500 x 594)


Adam office hand, possibly Joseph Bonomi




Bolton, 1922, Volume II, Index p. 24
King, 2001, Volume II, p. 223
For a full list of literature references see scheme notes.



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