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  • image SM 34/3/18

Reference number

SM 34/3/18


[54] Alternatve design for new eating room, 2 June 1819


Plan and Section of the New Eating Room at the House in Charles St St Jamess Square


bar scale of 3/16 inch to 1 foot


as above, The Earl of St Germans

Signed and dated

  • 02/06/1819
    June 2d 1819

Medium and dimensions

Pen, burnt umber, pink and blue washes, with double ruled and sepia wash border, on laid paper (480 x 619)


Arthur Patrick Mee (1802 - 1868) (pupil January 1818 - November 1823)


The plan and laid out wall elevatiions describe a room with an arched ceiling, lit by three tall windows with an additional raised oval windows at each end.



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