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Designs for alterations and additions to Fisherwick Park, Staffordshire, for the 1st Marquess of Donegal: elevation of the north or entrance front of the summerhouse at Hoppas Wood

RIBA96048
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: The house was demolished around 1816. The summerhouse does not appear to have been built.

Designs for alterations and additions to Fisherwick Park, Staffordshire, for the 1st Marquess of Donegal: elevation of the south front of the summerhouse at Hoppas Wood

RIBA96049
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: The house was demolished around 1816. The summerhouse does not appear to have been built.

Unexecuted design for alterations and additions to Skelton Castle, North Yorkshire, for John Wharton Esq.: perspective from the south-east

RIBA96050
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: This perspective for the remodelling of the house in the castle style was left unfinished on the death of Joseph Bonomi. It appears to have been completed by his son Ignatius and exhibited in the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1809 as by 'J. Bonomi' (no. 748).

Unexecuted designs for Stanley Hall, Shropshire, for Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt Jones: entrance perspective (design 1)

RIBA96558
Cundy, Thomas (1765-1825)
NOTES: Cundy's designs for the remodelling of Stanley Hall were rejected by the client who engaged a local architect, John Smalman, to carry out the work. This drawing is from a small sketchbook serving as a record of work by Thomas Cundy between 1795 and 1820 apparently made by his son, Thomas Cundy junior, who worked in his practice and took over the practice at his father's death.

Unexecuted designs for Stanley Hall, Shropshire, for Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt Jones: entrance perspective (preliminary design 2)

RIBA96561
Cundy, Thomas (1765-1825)
NOTES: Cundy's designs for the remodelling of Stanley Hall were rejected by the client who engaged a local architect, John Smalman, to carry out the work. This drawing is from a small sketchbook serving as a record of work by Thomas Cundy between 1795 and 1820 apparently made by his son, Thomas Cundy junior, who worked in his practice and took over the practice at his father's death.
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