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image SM 64/5/58

Reference number

SM 64/5/58

Purpose

[60] Design for stables, 18 March 1809

Aspect

Plan and elevation

Scale

bar scale of 1/10 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

Saml Thornton Esqre

Signed and dated

  • 18 March 1809
    Lincolns Inn Fields / March 18 1809

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, pricked for transfer on wove paper with one fold mark (604 x 464)

Hand

George Bailey (1792 - 1860)
Pupil and assistant August 1806 - January 1837.

Notes

This design for a much larger stable block does not correspond with any of the previous stable designs. A central bay of two storeys with serliana-type entrance is flanked by single-storey wings of three bays with two projecting ranges forming a three-sided court. Each bay has a semi-circular window and is divided by simple pilasters.

New stables were built in 1810 at a cost of £1,195 15s 1d.

Level

Drawing

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