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Architectural designs, ca. 1835.

Author: Lewis Vulliamy
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection includes four designs for a Neoclassical church (four drawings with three elevations and two sections) and two for a chapel (one elevation and one perspective). The chapel has lettering on the frieze: "Erected Anno Domini MDCCCXXV St. George." Neither project was constructed. Another drawing is a plan of James Gibbs's St. Martin in the Fields. With a drawing inscribed "Perspective View of a Design for one  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Architectural drawings
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Named Person: James Gibbs; James Gibbs
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Vulliamy
OCLC Number: 79925138
Notes: Ink and watercolor.
Description: 8 sheets

Abstract:

Collection includes four designs for a Neoclassical church (four drawings with three elevations and two sections) and two for a chapel (one elevation and one perspective). The chapel has lettering on the frieze: "Erected Anno Domini MDCCCXXV St. George." Neither project was constructed. Another drawing is a plan of James Gibbs's St. Martin in the Fields. With a drawing inscribed "Perspective View of a Design for one of the New Metropolitan Churches of AD 1837," in a Gothic revival style.

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