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image SM 5/1/6

Reference number

SM 5/1/6

Purpose

[19] Working drawing for breakfast room

Aspect

Plan, three laid out wall elevations and detail of shutters

Scale

bar scale of 3/10 inch to 1 foot and to / a larger scale

Inscribed

Henry Peters Esqr, The Sash thrown / up into the Head, a.a. 9 flush beads the same as shutters / b. see molding at large / c. Surbase molding to range with lower frame of sash, Boxing of shutter to / a larger scale, Boxing of Shutters to / a larger scale, a a. these Windows the same as those in / Mr Peters Room, This Window to open within / 6" of the floor and to throw / up one Pane into the Head

Signed and dated

Copy Lic Inn Fields June 19 1801

Medium and dimensions

Pen, red and sepia washes, pricked for transfer on wove paper with one fold mark (557 x 685)

Hand

Henry Hake Seward (1778 - 1848)
Pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808. Henry Hake Seward with Thomas Sword. Information from Soane office Day Book.
Thomas Sword
Pupil January 1799 - 1804.

Notes

Tall, segmental-arched recesses articulate the walls.

Level

Drawing

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