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Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145231
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145235 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the Great East stair

RIBA145232
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145236 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the west entrance hall to the Gallery and the Great West stair

RIBA145233
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145237 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145234
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145230 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145235
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145231 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the Great East stair

RIBA145236
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145233 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the west entrance hall to the Gallery and the Great West stair

RIBA145237
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145233 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Society meeting room

RIBA145238
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Society meeting room

RIBA145239
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces.

Somerset House, Strand, London: detail of ceiling in the former Royal Society meeting room

RIBA145240
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces.

Somerset House, Strand, London: detail of ceiling in the former Royal Society meeting room

RIBA145241
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces.
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