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Eridge Castle, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent: perspective view of the house and grounds

RIBA31498
Taylor, George Ledwell (1788-1873)
NOTES: This print appears in 'Tunbridge Wells and its Neighbourhood' by Paul Amsinck and Letitia Byrne (London, 1809). The old house on the site was rebuilt between 1788 and 1830 as a castellated seat. This building was in turn rebuilt in 1938-1939.

Gordon Castle, near Fochabers, Moray: perspective view of the house

RIBA31529
Baxter, John
NOTES: Gordon Castle's six storey medieval tower was known as the Bog-of-Gight.

Unexecuted design for Marham House, Norfolk: elevation of the entrance front

RIBA31587
Donthorn, William John (1799-1859)
NOTES: W. J. Donthorn designed alterations and additions in Tudor style for Henry Villebois which were not executed. The house has been almost entirely demolished.

Magdalen College, Oxford: an entrance gateway and the east end of the New Library, with the buildings of the High Street seen beyond

RIBA34659
NOTES: This photograph dates from shortly before Giles Gilbert Scott undertook alterations and additions to Magdalen College (between 1928 and 1931), completing the previously unfinished St Swithin's Quadrangle, creating Longwall Quadrangle and converting Magdalen College School Hall into the College's Library.

Magdalen College, Oxford: an entrance gateway to the east end of the New Library on the High Street

RIBA34660
NOTES: This photograph dates from shortly before Giles Gilbert Scott undertook alterations and additions to Magdalen College (between 1928 and 1931), completing the previously unfinished St Swithin's Quadrangle, creating Longwall Quadrangle and converting Magdalen College School Hall into the College's Library.

View of a ruined castle on a mound with a gatehouse, church spire, half timbered houses and a moored boat in the foreground, probably located in the Rhine Valley

RIBA35612
NOTES: This is one of a number of drawings (largely showing locations in the Rhine Valley) from a sketchbook by Philip Charles Hardwick dating from 1839.

Topographical drawings of Hampton Court Palace, Richmond upon Thames, London: perspective of the Great Gatehouse seen from the Base Court

RIBA37769
NOTES: Philip Hardwick was Clerk of the Works at Hampton Court between 1810 and 1829 so this drawing probably dates from that period.
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