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Reference number

SM (130) volume 66/10 (131) volume 66/12 (132) volume 66/11

Purpose

[130-132] Record drawings of interior perspectives (3)

Aspect

130 Copy of drawing 104 131 Copy of drawing 102 132 Copy of drawing P353

Inscribed

(131) (pencil, added later) View of a Design for the Royal Entrance into the House of Lords / 1794 (132) (pencil, added later) Design for one of the Principal Entrances into the House of Lords 1794

Medium and dimensions

(130, 131) Pen, sepia, pink and blue washes, shaded with triple-ruled and black wash border on wove paper (702 x 506) bound into volume 66. pp. 10, 11 (132) pen and sepia washes, shaded with double-ruled and black wash border on wove paper (702 x 506) bound into volume 66, p. 12

Hand

(130-132) Thomas Jeans (c.1775-1866, pupil August 1792 - 25 August 1797)

Notes

The same views seen in drawings 130 and 131 were earlier copied by Henry Provis (see drawing 120) from drawings 102 and 104.

Level

Drawing

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