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image SM Adam volume 32/48

Reference number

SM Adam volume 32/48

Purpose

[25] Finished drawing for a dog kennel, 1765, unexecuted

Aspect

Plan of an enclosed dog kennel, divided into various yards, and with a three-bay dog kennel, flanked by three-bay pavilions containing rooms for bitches, and rooms for preparing feed

Scale

bar scale of 1 1/5 inches to 10 feet

Inscribed

Plan of Dog kennel for Thomas Dundas Esqr / Coal yard / Bitches yard / Meal Room / Boiling room / Dog Kennel / Bitches Room / Kennel for Bitches / Feeding Shed / Yard / Yard / Yard / Water Trough / Great Yard to be in Grass and some measurements given

Signed and dated

datable to 1765

Medium and dimensions

Pen and wash within a single ruled border on laid paper (349 x 518)

Hand

Adam office hand, possibly Robert Nasmith or William Hamilton

Watermark

LVG surmounted by fleur de list within crowned cartouche

Literature

King, 2001, Volume II, p. 223
For a full list of literature see scheme notes.

Level

Drawing

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