Reverend Dovey: unexecuted designs for ceilings, chimneypieces, and a temple, 1774-75 (8)
Reverend Dovey is unknown. We know from the surviving drawings that Dovey commissioned Robert Adam to make designs for ceilings, chimneypieces, and a temple in 1774, but these are not known to have been executed, and their intended location is unknown.
Literature: A.T. Bolton, The architecture of Robert and James Adam, 1922, Volume II, Index pp. 53, 68; D. King, The complete works of Robert & James Adam and unbuilt Adam, 2001, Volume II, pp. 179, 226