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SM 80/1/20


[127] Record drawing of finishings to the music and breakfast room, c. 1798


Detail of Entablature to Music / Room; (verso) full size details of the base and surbase mouldings; rough perspective of a building; three rough elevations of baluster-shaped pedestals


Full size; (verso) full size


as above, Tyringham, Architrave, 10:17½ from the floor; (verso) Floor, 3", 2':0", 4':4"½, 3"¼

Signed and dated

  • c. 1798
    after 1798 (watermark)

Medium and dimensions

Pen, (verso) pink wash and pencil, on laid paper with four fold marks (320 x 403)


Soane office


J Wickwar 1798 and Britannia within crowned oval frame



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