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Montacute House, Somerset: one of the summer houses

RIBA18090
Arnold, William (fl. 1595-1637)
NOTES: The house was built for Sir Edward Phelips between 1598 and 1601.The architect is thought to have been William Arnold.

Glimpse through a balcony balustrade of a lady walking along an arcade at Sabbioneta, Lombardy

RIBA19244
NOTES: This image is one of many taken by Ivy de Wolfe, the pseudonym of Hazel de Cronin Hastings, of Italian subjects. Many of these appeared in the book 'The Italian Townscape' by Ivor de Wolfe (London: Architectural Press, 1963). This appeared in the publication as fig. 402.

Sketch of the facade of the church of Sant' Andrea in Via Flaminia, Rome, with studies of pedestals, balusters and an iron balustrade

RIBA20312
Vignola, Giacomo Barozzi da (1507-1573)
NOTES: This drawing was made by Evelyn while on the Grand Tour between 1644 and 1646 and was formerly believed to have been intended for his unpublished 'Elysium Britannicum', an encyclopedic work on gardening.

Palazzo Brignole Cardinale (Palazzo Rosso), via Garibaldi (formerly Strada Nuova), Genoa: perspective sketch of the front entrance, featuring foliate corbels, the Cardinal's coat of arms, carved Atlantes and a balustrade

RIBA20650
Corradi, Pietro Antonio (1613-1683)
NOTES: This town house was built for two brothers, Ridolfo and Gio Francesco Brignole Sale between 1671 and 1677. Its design is attributed to P. A. Corradi. The Atlantes were executed by the sculptor Filippo Parodi in 1671.

Measured drawings of the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London: elevation of the facade

RIBA21641
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: This palace is the only remaining component of the Palace of Whitehall. It was built for James I specifically to provide an appropriate setting for a new and elaborate type of court entertainment, the masque.

Measured drawings of the Banqueting House, Whitehall, London: plan and elevation of the facade

RIBA21642
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: This palace is the only remaining component of the Palace of Whitehall. It was built for James I specifically to provide an appropriate setting for a new and elaborate type of court entertainment, the masque.

Cathedral of Saint-Etienne de Toul: study of a balustrade and bas relief carvings above the west porch

RIBA21825
NOTES: In addition to being a landscape and architectural painter, lithographer and archaeologist, Bouet was also appointed Inspecteur de la Societe Francaise d'Archeologie. This drawing is one of a number of topographical studies and details of French, German, Italian and Swiss medieval architecture executed by him between around 1850 and 1865.

Tours Cathedral (Cathedral of St Gatien): study of a carved balustrade in the choir

RIBA21843
NOTES: In addition to being a landscape and architectural painter, lithographer and archaeologist, Bouet was also appointed Inspecteur de la Societe Francaise d'Archeologie. This drawing is one of a number of topographical studies and details of French, German, Italian and Swiss medieval architecture executed by him between around 1850 and 1865.

Tours Cathedral (Cathedral of St. Gatien): study of a carved balustrade

RIBA21844
NOTES: In addition to being a landscape and architectural painter, lithographer and archaeologist, Bouet was also appointed Inspecteur de la Societe Francaise d'Archeologie. This drawing is one of a number of topographical studies and details of French, German, Italian and Swiss medieval architecture executed by him between around 1850 and 1865.

Design for an oak staircase featuring carved banisters

RIBA22258
Warren, Edward Proileau (1856-1937)
NOTES: This image is from a volume of drawings (entitled Vol II) by various designers produced for or presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London, between 1892 and 1897.
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