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William Morris

RIBA5873
Morris, William (1834-1896)

William Walcot

RIBA5917
Walcot, William (1874-1943)

Analysis of beauty

RIBA10085
Hogarth, William (1697-1764)
SOURCE: William Hogarth. The Analysis of beauty (London, 1810), plate 37

View of the Monument of Philopappos, Athens

RIBA12480
NOTES: The group of gentlemen on the left is Stuart, Nicholas Revett and James Dawkins. It is likely this drawing dates from between 1751 and 1754, during Stuart's extensive travels in Greece.This image also appeared as an engraving in Stuart & Revett's 'The Antiquities of Athens' (London, 1794), vol. III, ch. v, pl. I.

Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London: the carved pine Dominion Screen by Denis Dunlop in the Henry Florence Memorial Hall

RIBA15098
Dunlop, Denis (1892-1959)
The panels were designed by Denis Dunlop and executed by J. L. Green & Vardy Ltd, architectural joiners and cabinet makers.

Life drawing class at the Royal Academy, Somerset House, Strand, London

RIBA15421
SOURCE: R. Ackermann. The Microcosm of London (London, 1835), vol. I, pl. 1

Design for a studio for a decorative sculptor: plan, front and rear elevations with a section showing the domed showroom's interior

RIBA20121
Goodhart-Rendel, Harry Stuart (1887-1959)
Notes: The drawing is signed 'March Hare' - the pseudonym of Goodhart-Rendel. The design was probably for the BNDC.

Composition of allegorical figures representing the arts and artists

RIBA21180
Testa, Pietro (1611-1650)
NOTES: This is an engraving probably intended as a frontispiece to a proposed Trattato di Pittura. For the related drawing please see RIBA84049.

View of a gallery at the Museo Pio Clementino, Vatican Museums, Rome, with museum visitors and an artist viewing Classical sculptures on display

RIBA21203
Simonetti, Michelangelo (1724-1781)
NOTES: This drawing is believed to be by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect and was formerly attributed to Francesco Costa. The Pio-Clementino Museum occupies the Belvedere Pavilion, adapted as a museum by Michelangelo Simonetti in the 1770s.
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