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Reference number

SM 91/3/10


Record drawing of Soane's measured drawing of 1772, made 1818 or after


2 Elevation


to a scale


The BANQUETING HOUSE at Whitehall (pencil, centre bottom) R Senior 47 (not listed, for example, among Soane's pupils)

Signed and dated

  • 1818 or after

Medium and dimensions

Pen, black and sepia washes, shaded, pricked for transfer on wove paper (564 x 791)


unidentified pupil


[W]hatman Turkey Mill Kent 1818


It is assumed that this is a copy to the same scale of the measured elevation made by Soane in 1772 by an unidentified pupil in Soane's office in 1818 or afterwards.

Jill Lever, February 2006



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