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image SM volume 62/38

Reference number

SM volume 62/38

Purpose

[42] Pupil's copy of design for front elevation in a Castle style

Aspect

Front elevation

Scale

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Inscribed

David Scott Esqre / The Entrance Front and To David Scott Esq Chairman of the East India Company / these designs of his intended Villa dedicated by his obliged & obedient Servt / signed John Soane

Signed and dated

Jeans 23 Sept 1796

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and raw umber washes, shaded on thin laid paper (232 x 367) tipped into volume 62, page 38

Hand

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

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Notes

Copy of drawings [25] and [26,] the front elevation was the same for designs 'K' and 'L'; the only variation was in the treatment of the back or garden elevation.

Level

Drawing

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