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image SM 33/3/B15

Reference number

SM 33/3/B15

Purpose

[36] Alternative elevation for outside sash (rejected)

Aspect

Elelevationof the outside Sash

Scale

2 inches to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, The Marquis of Buckingham, Gothic Library Stowe, Fixed (twice), To Open, This Design is made to / to correspond as near as / possible with the enlarged / Windows of the Basement / Story as they are at present, Design, No2, Rejected Novr 23 1805

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields Novr 11 1805

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and yellow washes, shaded, pricked for transfer, on laid paper (675 x 545)

Hand

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


Maldom & Seward
Day Book has Maldon and Seward

Notes

The rejected design differs from the accepted design [35] in having, for example, four instead of six vertical panes?
vertical panes of glass and the

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Drawing

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