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Reference number

77/4/21

Purpose

[64] Working drawing for the balustraded parapet, pilasters and Ionic portico, 25 March 1795

Aspect

Elevation detail of the Ionic capital

Scale

1/2 the full size; (verso) full size

Inscribed

as above, William Praed Esqr Tyringham, Face of Pilaster, Face of Ashler (sic) between Pilasters, Face of Architrave, Bottom of Architrave, This sinking to be made in the / upper edge of the last course of the Ashlering (sic)

Signed and dated

Copy Lincolns Inn Fields March 25th 1795 and (Copy delivered to Lorrimer March 25 1795)

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and red wash on cartridge paper with one fold mark (320 x 520)

Hand

Attributed to Henry Provis, draughtsman
Attributed to Henry Provis (1760-1830, clerk 1791-1802) and Soane
SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Attributed to Henry Provis (1760-1830, clerk 1791-1802) and Soane

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Drawing

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