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image 28/6/21

Reference number

28/6/21

Purpose

[22] Working drawing for the Finishings to the Eating Room at Shottisham, 16 June 1789

Aspect

Plan, laid out wall elevations/sections and details of mouldings

Scale

bar scale of ¼ inch to one foot

Inscribed

as above, Eating Room, Moulding at large / to the Pannels / A, Mouldings at / large to the / Pannels B, Wall line (twice), line of Pannell (twice), bead flush framing, Cornice full size, line of the Ceiling, Circular Bead C shewing the / intersection with the Horizontal Bead D, The Red Teint E shows the Plaistering / above the Wood Framing, A (9 times), B (3 times), C (once) D (3 times), E (5 times), Robert Fellowes Esqre , a few dimensions given and (Soane, partly illegible) Inch ½ fra[min]g door ----- in side Pannel / & one Pannel ------ (verso) Inside finishings

Signed and dated

Welbeck Street 16 June 1789

Medium and dimensions

Pen and some sepia wash, some pricking through for transfer, on laid paper with three fold marks (500 x 628)

Hand

Sanders, John (1768--1826), draughtsman
John Sanders (pupil 1 September 1784-90)

Level

Drawing

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