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Reference number

SM 77/2/16

Purpose

[26] Working drawing for the first floor and attic partitions and (verso) front elevation (as drawing [19] verso) and cancelled section

Aspect

No. 8 4½ " Partition on one Pair Floor and No. 11 4½" Partition in Attics

Scale

to a scale of ½ inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, Lancelot Austwick Esqre, some dimensions given and (verso) Stone (6 times), Brick (8 times) and some dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 00/05/1796
    Copy Lincolns Inn Fields May 1796

Medium and dimensions

Pen, yellow and sepia washes on wove paper (579 x 345) (verso) pen, sepia, yellow and burnt umber washes and pen and sepia washes

Hand

attributed to Henry Provis (1760 - 1830) clerk July 1791 - February 1802

Level

Drawing

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