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SM 35/1/3


[3] Desgn for additions to ground floor by Soane


Plan of ground floor with free-hand additions by Soane


bar scale of 1/8 inch to 1 foot


TheViscount Valentia, Design for Alterations and Additions to the Manseat Camolin Park, library, Withdrawing Room, Saloon, Hall, Siting Room and (Soane) Mezanine for several chambers / over the kiitch House / Maid / clloset, House. Lord V's /dr[essing] room, Lord V's bed[room]

Signed and dated

  • 29/01/1815
    29th Jan: 1815

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pink and sepia washes on laid paper (548 x 742)


SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837)


'Elevation of Entrance front' 'Jany 31 1815' (penciil)


Phipps & Son / 1809 and fleur de lis within crowned cartouche


Soane roughs in one of the added wings and establishes the idea of a gerously proptioned portico.



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