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SM volume 59/159


[167] Design for the stables, 24 June 1799


Copy of drawing 166, showing The Elevation and The Plan


bar scale of 1/17 inch to 1 foot


as above, A Design for the Stables at Tyringham, William Praed Esqr, Part of Garden, Stable Yard, archway, 2 Carriages, harness, harness / shop, Loose / stable, Hay / & / Straw, 5 Stall Stable, 2 Stalls, Saddle / & / Harness, Warm / Mashes, 5 Stall Stable, Hay / & / Straw, 6 Stall / Stable, Shed, Road to the Kitchen Office

Signed and dated

  • 24 June 1799
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Medium and dimensions

Pencil, pen and grey and pink washes on wove paper (278 x 485)


SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Soane office hand and Soane


G. Worsley, The British Stable, 2004, pp. 185-8.



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