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Reference number

SM P94


[221] Drawing made for exhibition at the Royal Academy in 1803


Interior perspective looking towards the Breakfast Room

Signed and dated

  • 1802 - 1803

Medium and dimensions

Pen, cerulean blue, Antwerp blue, crimson, Potter's pink, Naples yellow, terre verte, Payne's grey, ochre and sepia washes, watercolour technique, framed (approx. 970 x 1295)


Joseph Michael Gandy (1771 - 1843), draughtsman
J.M. Gandy (1771-1843)


currently framed and not visible


Helen Dorey, 'Sir John Soane's Pitzhanger' in Trackers, exhibition catalogue, PM Gallery and House, 2004, p.23; A. Graves, Royal Academy Exhibitors: A Complete Dictionary 1769-1904, Kingsmead Reprints, 1970



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