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image volume 68/9

Reference number

volume 68/9

Purpose

[33] View of Lees Court, showing stables and office wing

Aspect

View from the south-east, showing house, offices and stables

Inscribed

(Dorothy Stroud, 1910-97, assistant curator 1945-84, pencil) This is Lees Court, Faversham / D.S.

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and coloured washes including olive green, sepia, red and Payne's grey, within single-ruled pencil border on laid paper (368 x 205)

Hand

Soane office

Watermark

part (sheet trimmed) crowned cartouche with W below

Literature

J. Summerson, Architecture in Britain 1530-1830, 1983, p. 167.

Level

Drawing

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