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SM 39/3/28 and verso


[32] Working drawing for mouldings and (verso) windows (as drawing [31])


Full size details of mouldings (verso) Plan and elevation of drawing room windows


full size (verso) ¼ inch to 1 foot


Col Graham, Cornice of Hall, Molding on Pannel of Doors, Cornice of Drawing Room, Base & Surbase, Moldings / of Drawing Room & Library (verso) Col Graham, Drawing of Sashes &c in the Drawing Room

Signed and dated

  • 00/08/1798
    Copy Lincolns Inn Fields Augst 1798 (verso) Lincolns Inn Fields July 17 1798

Medium and dimensions

Pen and sepia wash, shaded on wove paper with three folds (558 x 657) (verso) pen, light red and sepia washes


Recto:attributed to Seward
(Verso)The office Day Book for 17 July 1798 has Seward 'about making drawings' for Colonel Graham, that is, Henry Hake Seward (1778 - 1848), pupil and assistant May 1794 - September 1808


The drawing room includes a cornice for the drawing room decorated with rosette and calyx motifs in a foliate manner that is perhaps fairly unusual for Soane.
For Notes to verso see drawing [31]



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