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  • image SM Adam volume 46/175

Reference number

SM Adam volume 46/175


[14] Design showing a plan of the bedchamber storey, 1773, unexecuted


Plan of the bedchamber storey of a cottage, as Adam volume 43/176, but with tripartite windows in the side elevations lighting the rooms in the roof space, albeit with various lights blind, and with a circular room at the centre within the drum over the bow front on the ground storey


to a scale

Signed and dated

  • 1773
    datable to 1773

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pencil and wash within a single ruled border on laid paper (491 x 189)


Adam office hand, possibly Robert Adam


Bolton, 1922, Volume II, Index p. 13
King, 2001, Volume II, p. 257
For a full list of literature references see scheme note



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