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SM Adam volume 50/47


[1] Design for the hall (now the morning room), largely unexecuted, c1766


Laid out wall elevations of a rectangular room, with a three-bay window wall, with two windows, and a door in the end bay, surmounted by a fan-light, and with a chimneypiece opposite, with a fluted frieze and a tablet containing a mask, flanked by doors, and with two doors on each of the side walls, and the whole room with a Doric frieze


bar scale of 1/3 inch to 1 foot


Section of the Hall at Ugbrooke The Seat of The Rt Honble Lord Clifford (in the hand of William Adam)

Signed and dated

  • c1766
    datable to c1766

Medium and dimensions

Pen on laid paper (594 x 495)


Adam office hand, possibly William Hamilton, with title inscription in the hand of William Adam




Bolton, 1922, Volume II, Index p. 30
For a full list of literature references see scheme notes.



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