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SM 54/4/7


[97] Design for the interior of Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone, London, copied 25 January 1826


Two transverse sections of the interior of a church The section at the bottom shows the vault, nave and side aisles looking towards the principal (western entrance). The nave and gallery aisles on both sides are divided by a landing and panelled doors with console-hood mouldings are at each end. Pews are arranged in the bottom aisle running into the central nave, and at gallery level they are descending to the front of the gallery. An arch is above each aisle at ceiling level. The nave has an arch with oculi at gallery level, and a large panelled double door is in the centre with Free Seats in front. Above is the balustraded organ gallery with pairs of iron posts supporting the balustraded children's gallery. Above is a pitched roof, and behind is the base of a tower The section above shows the vault, nave, and aisle lookng towards the eastern altar end of a church, with an identical arrangement of pews and Free Seats, doors and arches as the section beneath, but behind the central arch is the altarpiece with three arch-topped windows placed above in the rear wall. Above is a pitched roof and behind is part of a plinth


bar scale of 1 inch to 5 feet


No..7 / 25 / (Copy) / Section looking towards the Organ, on the line A.B. / (to be returned) / Line of the top of footing a.a. as originally designed & Contracted for / as executed / 6” York Landings / Section through the Centre of the Church looking towards the Communion. / Ground Line / Ground Line and some measurements given

Signed and dated

  • January 25th 1826
    J[an]y. 25th 1826.

Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen, wash, coloured washes of blue, brown, light brown, orange, pink and stone, pricked for transfer on wove paper (747 x 544)


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