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image volume 61/18

Reference number

volume 61/18


[34] Topographical drawing of the exterior of the Stone Lodge, 10 September 1828


View of the Entrance Lodge &c Pelwall House


as above

Signed and dated

10 September 1828

Medium and dimensions

Pencil and coloured washes within single ruled border on laid paper (275 x 453)


Gandy, Joseph Michael (1771--1843), draughtsman
Joseph Michael Gandy (1771-1843, assistant 1798-1801, and occasional perspectivist thereafter)


C Ansett 1824


G. Worsley, 'Pell Wall Hall, Staffordshire', Country Life, 7 April 1988, illustration 9, p. 137; M. Richardson, and M. Stevens, John Soane architect: master of space and light, 1999, pp. 204 and 205.



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