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image 33/3/5

Reference number

33/3/5

Purpose

[62] Drawings of Henry VII chapel

Aspect

Elevation of Part of the Lobby to Henry 7th Chapel with plan of Lobby and further Elevation

Inscribed

as above, Part at A, Lobby, Henry 7th Chapel and some dimensions given (about 6.0 and 11"), Plan at A, A arch,

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, pencil on wove paper (380 x 548)

Hand

offiice hand

Watermark

1804 J Whatman

Notes

Evidently a drawing made in situ of part of the Henry VII chapel. There are other such drawings in the Soane archives.

Level

drawing

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