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SM 46/3/7


[6] Design No3 for alterations and additions: first floor plan


The Plan of the Chamber Floor


bar scale of 1/5 inch to 1 foot


as above, Thomas Peckham Phipps Esqr, No 3, rooms labelled: Lady's Dressing Room, Bookcase / &c (twice), Dressing Room, Best Staircase, Archway, Occasional Chamber / & / Dressing Room, Chamber, Dressing Room,Corridor and some dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • Lincolns Inn Fields March 15: 1796

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and Indian red washes, partly pricked for transfer, with quadruple ruled and sepia wash border on laid paper with one fold mark (475 x 658)


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


J Whatman 1794 fleur-de-lis within crowned cartouche and below, ornate W


A plan for the ground floor is lacking. The first floor plan has some small changes from drawings [3] and [5] so that, for example, top lighting is suggested for a dressing room and a lobby, and book cases are introduced to the lady's dressing room.



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