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image SM volume 60/122

Reference number

SM volume 60/122

Purpose

[21] Presentation drawing of the drawing room, for exhibition at the Royal Academy, 1792

Aspect

Plan and perspective

Scale

to a scale

Inscribed

View of the Drawing Room at Wimpole, The Earl of Hardwicke

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and blue, grey, sepia and Naples yellow washes on laid paper (235 x 366)

Hand

Attributed to Pupil 1788-94 Thomas Chawner, draughtsman
attributed to Thomas Chawner (1774-1851, pupil 1788-1794)

Watermark

fleur-de-lis

Level

Drawing

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