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Reference number

SM 35/2/33

Purpose

[39] Close to drawing [21], February 1810 (image not available)

Aspect

Part of the The Principal Floor

Scale

scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, Plan for the Alterations and Improvements /of / Whitley Abbey / the Seat of the Lord Hood, labelled Green House, Apple Room, For / Garden Tools &c, Water closet, Drawing Room, Best Staircase, Library, Closet, Hall, Chimney (twice), Porch, Cloister, Eating Room, Lord Wood's / Room, Lobby, Passage to Offices, Butler, Lobby, Water / Closet, Servants' / Dressing Room, Servants Hall, Arched Passage, Housekeeper, Kitchen , Scullery and Shed

Signed and dated

Lincolns Inn Fields / February 1810

Medium and dimensions

Pen and pink washes, with ruled and sepia wash border, partly pricked for transfer on wove paper (with tear) (590 x 1050)

Hand

Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office

Notes

Close to drawing [21] (dated 30 November 2008) though, for example, without the curved walls of the drawing and eating rooms. And with pencil amendments to the scullery.

Level

drawing

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