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image SM 51/2/13

Reference number

SM 51/2/13


Survey drawing of the entrance to the Ante-Room from the Scala Regia, December 1823


Plan of the Entrance doorway to the Royal Gallery from the Scala Regia


bar scale of 5/8 inch to 1 foot


as above, labelled: House of Lords, 2.5, 6.7½

Signed and dated

  • December 1823
    Decr 1823

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia, pink and yellow washes on wove paper (371 x 328)


Soane Office


This drawing of the entrance from the Scala Regia (at the bottom of the drawing) to the Ante-Room (at the top of the drawing) shows that the doorway is wider on the side of the Scala Regia. The Scala Regia has double doors.



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