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Plan and Elevation of an entrance in the Doric Order
Bed: Design for a State Bed: No.XLVII:
Seaton Delaval, Northumberland: Plan and elevation of one the North’s great Halls designed by Sir John Vanbrugh.
Ionic, Corinthian and Composite Orders. Diagram of columns’ base, shaft and capital.
Russian Imperial Collection: Boule inlay Side Chair with blue damask seat.
St James’s Palace Guard Chamber.
Baroque Ewer: With a putti and winged female figure handle.
Bronze Caryatid Ormolu and Marble Candelabra.
Elevation after Inigo Jones.
Baroque Wall Design: Long side of a main walk in a central hall.
Elevation and plans of the ground and principal stories.
Baroque Wall Design: Third side of the Parade room with pastoral frescos and ornate mirror.
Wansted House, Essex: Profiles of interior and exterior sections.
Corinthian Order: Chapel exterior.
Russian Imperial Collection: Five coordinating painted interior patterns.
Architectural Elevation: Design by the great seventeenth-century architect Inigo Jones.
Tuscan Order. Anterior view of a portico without pedestals.
Baroque Ceiling Decoration: With text relating to materials to be used.
Plan and Elevation of an entrance in the Ionic Order.
Baroque Ceiling Decoration: Fresco of Apollo at Olympus with figures for the constellations of Ursa Major, Leo, Scorpio and Taurus for a King’s audience chamber.
Chap Book Thanksgiving Number: Cover for the short lived American Literary magazine.
Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts: Designed by Herbert McNair, Margaret and Francis MacDonald, who with Charles Rennie MacIntosh were known as ‘The Four’ of Scottish Art Nouveau.
Diane D’Ephese: Statue of the goddess Diana, 1st century Roman copy of the lost Diana by Leochares.
Design for a Chimney piece: Fishing scene on mantle. No. CLXXXIII:
Russian Imperial Collection: Six coordinating painted interior patterns.
Composite Order: Anterior views of portico and pedestal, lateral view of a portico and detail of an impost and architrave.
Duncomb Park, Yorkshire: The Seat of Thomas Duncomb, Esq., designed by William Wakefield in 1713.
Carlton House Dining room with Ionic columns looking towards the west end conservatory.
Chelsea Arts Club Bal des Quat’z’Arts at the Royal Albert Hall. By the Australian WWI artist Fred Leist.
Ionic Order: Anterior view of a portico with pedestals, and details of an impost and Palladian impost.
Plan and Elevation in the Corinthian Order
Russian Imperial Collection: Iron, Brass and Painted Campaign Table. Front and side perspectives.
Baroque Ceiling Decoration: Illustrating the life of Aeneas, prince of Troy, protagonist of Virgil’s Aeneid.
Red Marble and Ormolu Urn.
Architectural Elevation: Facade and plan. XXXV
Ormolu mounted Red Marble Mantle Clock with Bronze classical figures.
Whitehall Palace: Horse and Foot Guards East Facade. Destroyed in the fire of 1698 and replaced by Royal Horseguards.
Baroque Wall Design: A side of a parade chamber.
Baroque Wall Design: Grand salon fenestration looking onto a garden.
Doric Order: Anterior and lateral views of portico and pedestals.
Baroque Ceiling Decoration: Fresco of Zeus, Ares, Athena, Hephaestus and Hades with father Time at Olympus with Apollo, Artemis, Hera and Poseidon at the corners.
Orders: Diagrams of capitals, shafts and bases of the Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Composite and Corinthian orders with key and ornamental details.
St. Paul’s Cathedral, Prospect of the East End.
Baroque Ceiling Decoration: Fresco of the gods Athena (Minerva), Apollo, Artemis (Diana) and Hermes (Mercury) at Olympus for a bedroom.
Fountain of Don John of Austria, Victor of the Battle of Lepanto: Garden of Aranjuez.
Baroque Wall Design: Parade Hall with pastoral frescos.
Russian Imperial Collection: Four coordinating painted interior patterns.
Baroque Wall Design: An antechamber to an audience room.
Corinthian Order: Anterior view of portico and pedestal, lateral view of a portico and detail of an impost and architrave.
Comparative view of buildings by height including the Pyramid of Cheops, St Peters, St Pauls with key. Framed.
Architectural Elevation: Corps de Logis with Carytides and Atlantes by Inigo Jones.
Architectural Elevation: Facade and plan. XXXVI.
The Lower Vestible. The original Henry Holland design has been recently altered, and the original wall replaced with scagliola corinthian columns.
Baroque Ceiling Decoration: Elaborate fresco with columns advancing to the goddess Hera (Juno) in Olympus.
Hampton Court Cartoon Gallery.
Russian Imperial Collection: Painted interior capital with three details.