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image volume 42/147

Reference number

volume 42/147

Purpose

[105] Working drawing for finishings to the tribune, 3 August 1796

Aspect

Half-longitudinal section; detail of Capital to Pilasters; detail of the surbase moulding on the first floor; detail of the pilaster capital; (verso) detail of the moulding at the base of the lantern; detail of cornice with three stages of bead mouldings; rough detail of cornice

Scale

full size and to a scale; (verso) full size

Inscribed

as above, Bell Glass, full (twice), 4 Inches, 6", Looking toward / Hall door, Plinth, 4 Inches, Plinth, B full size, B, C, D, E, E, F; (verso) C, 9 Inches / Plain / Panl / Sunk ¼ Inch, 11 In, Full size, 2", --ch (sheet trimmed)

Signed and dated

Aug: 3 1796

Medium and dimensions

Brown pen, pencil; (verso) brown pen and warm sepia wash, pencil on laid paper with two fold marks and folded to fit (325 x 342)

Hand

SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Soane

Watermark

Britannia with spear, shield and olive branch and 1795 within a crowned oval frame, and F Hayes 1795

Level

Drawing

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