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Fountain El-Bordenyeh, Cairo: details of ceiling decoration

RIBA16490
SOURCE: Jules Bourgoin. Les arts arabes (Paris, 1873), pl. 70

Fragments of decoration, Pompeii

RIBA18859
SOURCE: John Goldicutt. Specimens of ancient decorations from Pompeii (London, 1825), pl. 19

Design for a decorative circular ceiling panel with drawings showing ornamental relief pattern details

RIBA20039
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: From the Moulton-Barrett Volume (p. 196), a volume of originals and tracings of office drawings collected by Octavius Barrett during the time he worked in Barry's office.

Details of a chimneypiece in the drawing room, capital and decorative friezes, Levens Hall, Cumbria

RIBA20159
NOTES: This drawing originates from a volume containing topographical sketches of castles and country houses executed in a number of different hands from the office of Anthony Salvin.

Details of oak panels and mouldings from the hall ceiling, Levens Hall, Cumbria

RIBA20160
NOTES: This drawing originates from a volume containing topographical sketches of castles and country houses executed in a number of different hands from the office of Anthony Salvin. The drawings include details of oak panels and mouldings from the hall ceiling.

Designs for ceiling decoration for the chapel of the Old Royal Naval College (Royal Naval Hospital), Greenwich, London: detail showing a quarter of a panel of scrolled foliate decoration (not as executed)

RIBA20514
Newton, William (1735-1790)
NOTES: William Newton was responsible for the detailing of the chapel during its rebuilding following a disastrous fire in 1779.

Gothic tracery panelling from Carlisle Cathedral, Cumbria: tracing of a published illustration showing the open-carved panelling beside a simplified geometric plan

RIBA20535
NOTES: This traced drawing was made by an unidentified 19th century English draughtsman from those executed by Robert W. Billings in his book entitled 'Illustrations of Geometric Tracery from the panelling belonging to Carlisle Cathedral by Robert W. Billings, 1849'.
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