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image SM volume 41/52 recto

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SM volume 41/52 recto


[3] Record copy of a design for an entrance with lodges in a Doric style, April 1785


The Elevation of the Entrance front, The Elevation of the half the front next the road and The Elevation of half of the front next the Park for Sir Thos Beauchamp Proctor Bart


bar scale of ¼ of an inch to 1 foot


as above, If there is Stone sufficient the Tympanums / of the Pediments to be formed with it, if / not, then the Tympanum to be of white bricks., labelled Stone Plinth 3 in: deep in this front only, Stone coping 9" by 5", Stone (three times), Floor and some dimensions given. Note: In fact, there was insufficient stone and the tympanums were of brick.

Signed and dated

  • April 1785

Medium and dimensions

Pen, raw umber, sepia, blue and pink washes, some watercolour technique on laid paper (362 x 425)


Sanders, John (1768--1826), draughtsman
John Sanders (pupil 1784-90)





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