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Reference number

SM 54/6/29

Purpose

[60] Design for the pews at the western end, St Peter's, Walworth, London, c.1824

Aspect

Plan, elevation and section of the pews. The plan shows eleven rows of pews, with a couple of interventions for the stone columns of the church. The elevation depicts the arrangement of ten box pews with a gap between the second and third, with a pilaster behind. The final box pew is shown in section

Scale

bar scale of 81/2 inches to 10 feet

Inscribed

No. 36 / Newington Church / Plan of part of the Pews at the West End / Iron Pillar / Stone Column / Seat / Desk / 11/4 deal framing / Bead flush / [....] / flat in 9 [....] in width / & 20 [...] in height / Stone Column / Stone Pilaster / Stone Column / 2 deal Pilaster / 11/4 deal framing / [.] [.] flush / [...] flush / 11/4 deal / 11/2 deal / 11/4 deal floor

Signed and dated

  • c.1824
    Copied 20 July 1824 datable to c.1824

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen, wash, coloured washes of pink, yellow, and stone, pricked for transfer on wove paper (720 x 517)

Hand

Possibly Stephen Burchell (1806 - c.1843), draughtsman
Letter types such as upper case N and C are consistent with those used by Burchell in the Soane Office Day Books and other drawings

Verso

A faded pencil sketch of an unknown subject

Level

Drawing

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