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Dulwich Picture Gallery, London: the Mausoleum

RIBA119097
Soane, Sir John (1753-1837)
NOTES: See RIBA119091 for a black and white version of this image.

Design for completing William Wilkin's facade of the National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London: plan and elevations

RIBA125815
Wilkins, William (1778-1839)
NOTES: This drawing was exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London in 1891 (National Gallery, no. 1853).

Competition design for a new art gallery and museum, Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester: perspective

RIBA127091
Webber, Ernest Berry (1896-1963)
NOTES: Webber won the competition for this art gallery and museum which was also to be a memorial to the casualties of the First World War at the young age of 29. However, the scheme was never built owing to post-war financial difficulties including the Great Depression. Webber exhibited his winning design at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1926 (number 1106).

Competition design for a new art gallery and museum, Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester: perspective

RIBA127092
Webber, Ernest Berry (1896-1963)
NOTES: Webber won the competition for this art gallery and museum which was also to be a memorial to the casualties of the First World War at the young age of 29. However, the scheme was never built owing to post-war financial difficulties including the Great Depression. Webber exhibited his winning design at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1926 (number 1106).

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the original gallery on the first floor

RIBA130070
Townsend, Charles Harrison (1851-1928)
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130076 for a colour version of this image.

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the main stair connecting ground to the new first-floor gallery via the mezzanine level

RIBA130071
Colquhoun & Miller
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130077 for a colour version of this image.

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the stairs leading to the new first-floor gallery via the mezzanine level

RIBA130072
Colquhoun & Miller
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130078 for a colour version of this image.

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the screen between the ground-floor gallery and the new reception area

RIBA130073
Colquhoun & Miller
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130079 for a colour version of this image.

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the elevation to Angel Alley showing the curved bay of the new cafe

RIBA130074
Colquhoun & Miller
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130080 for a colour version of this image.

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the elevation to Angel Alley showing the projecting oriel to the director's office

RIBA130075
Colquhoun & Miller
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130081 for a colour version of this image.

Extension to Whitechapel Art Gallery, London: the original gallery on the first floor

RIBA130076
Townsend, Charles Harrison (1851-1928)
The Whitechapel Gallery in London's East End was designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend. This extension and remodelling of the interior by the architects Colquhoun & Miller was the first major alteration to the building since its completion in 1901. See RIBA130070 for a black and white version of this image.
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