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  • image SM volume 68/23

Reference number

SM volume 68/23


[27] Presentation drawing of a variant design for a dairy, c. July 1794


Plan and elevation, and plan and elevation of an alternative design


bar scale of 1/13 inch to 1 foot


(upper case) The Earl of Harwicke, Porch, Seat (twice), The Dairy / 24'0" by 24'0", Poulterer / 10'0" by 14'0", Utensils, Scalding Room / 10'0" by 14'0", (pencil) yard

Signed and dated

  • July 1794
    Lincolns Inn Fields
    datable to July 1794 (see Notes in group-folder)

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and coloured washes within quadruple-ruled black and pink wash border on laid paper (287 x 468)


Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office and Soane
SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Soane office and Soane


J Larking


D. Stroud, 'The charms of natural landscape: the park and gardens at Wimpole II', Country Life, 13 September 1979, p. 760.



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