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image volume 87/12

Reference number

volume 87/12

Purpose

[266] Record drawing of the ruins

Aspect

Perspective of the ruins adjacent to Pitzhanger Manor, from the east

Signed and dated

(see notes)

Medium and dimensions

Pen, cerulean blue, brown ochre, olive green and sepia washes, watercolour technique with one fold mark within a single-ruled border, on laid paper (362 x 322)

Hand

Charles James Richardson (1806 - 1871), draughtsman
C.J. Richardson (1809-1871, pupil and assistant 1824-1827) (Day Book August 1832)

Watermark

C Patch 1801, crown above Britannia holding lance, scepter and shield

Level

Drawing

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