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image SM 6/2/1

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SM 6/2/1


[8] Design for elevation 'No.1C'


Principal elevation


bar scale of 1/7 inch to 1 foot


Bagden House Elevation to Design No. 1 / C, The Earl of Ailesbury / Lincolns Inn Fields

Medium and dimensions

Pen, green, sepia and blue washes, shaded with double ruled and black wash border (313 x 487)


Soane Office


Set in a landscape, the elevation is enlivened by a tripartite window either side of a similar door, all of which have flat heads below a segmental recess and are set between four pairs of fluted Ionic pilasters.



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