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image SM 80/1/49

Reference number

SM 80/1/49

Purpose

[2] Working drawing, Entablature Eating Room and Breakfast Room, Plans of Hall Floor and One pair Floor, 21 May 1789

Aspect

Details of Door Entablature for the Eating Room & Breakfast Room (verso) plans of Hall Floor and One pair Floor of the new Tower

Scale

(recto) full size, (verso) bar scale

Inscribed

as above, Sir Bourcher Wrey Bart, Cornice & Frieze / to be of Plaister, line of Frieze and Line of Wall (verso) rooms labelled: Best Stair Case, Sir Bouchier's Dressing Room, Wall line of North Front, Servants Hall, Butlers Pantry, Window in the / middle of Room, Plate Room, Water Closet, top of wall below and dimensions given

Signed and dated

(recto and verso) Copy May 21st 1789

Medium and dimensions

Pen and light red wash (verso: pen, light red, sepia and yellow washes), pricked for transfer on cartridge paper (502 x 557)

Hand

Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office (? William Lodder (1757-1827), assistant 1789-1796)

Level

Drawing

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