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image SM 29/4A/9

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SM 29/4A/9


[10] Working drawing for the eating room, plan and elevations, 5 February 1790


Plan and laid-out wall elevations for the Eating Room


1/3 inch to one foot


as above, flush bead, (plan) Windows (twice), Chimney, recess, (elevation) Cir[cula]r bead in Plaister, Inch angle bead Charles Collyers Esqr and some dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 5 February 1790
    Copy Feby 5th 1790

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia, blue and raw umber washes, pricked for transfer on laid paper with one fold mark (555 x 668)


Pupil 1786-91 John McDonnell, draughtsman
John McDonnell (pupil 1786-91)



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