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Church of St George, Hampnett, Gloucestershire: view of the chancel's painted walls, looking east

RIBA20620
Clayton & Bell
NOTES: The church's chancel is Late Norman in origin with the walls redecorated with floral painted motifs in 1868 by Clayton & Bell and the Rev. W. Wiggin.

Sketch of a decorative border

RIBA20673
NOTES: Parke travelled to Greece, Italy and Egypt between 1820 and 1824, making sketches and studies of architectural details and elements.

Details from the Choragic monument of Lysicrates, Athens

RIBA20694
NOTES: The details featured here include a capital and entablature, a profile of the fascia and moulding between the columns. The Lysicrates Monument is the best preserved example of a Choregic monument and is one of the earliest examples of a Greek monument built according to the Corinthian order. In 1658 a French Capuchin monastery was founded around the monument itself. The monastery succeeded in purchasing the monument (which was known as the 'Lantern of Diogenes') from an Ottoman resident.The monastery was demolished during the Greek war of Independence in 1821 and the monument was subsequently restored by French architects Fran+â-ºois Boulanger and E. Loviot.

Railway station, Florence: view of a platform

RIBA20879
NOTES: It is unclear which of Florence's stations this is. Maria Antonia Station was opened on Feb. 3, 1848 and was the first station inside city walls. Leopold Station was inaugurated on June 2, 1848 and was placed outside the city walls near the Pignone industrial district.

Design for an engraved, enamelled rosewater salver, for Lady Scarisbrick, Scarisbrick Hall, Lancashire

RIBA20882
Pugin, Edward Welby (1834-1875)
NOTES: This basin was probably intended to be executed in silver-gilt.

Design for the Monopteros, a polychrome Greek-style monopteral ornamental temple for the 'Englischer Garten', Munich: elevation

RIBA20888
Klenze, Leo von (1784-1864)
NOTES: The Monopteros in Munich's 'English Garden' park is a small, polychrome Greek-style monopteral ornamental temple structure. The park itself was founded in 1789 by Benjamin Thompson, who is also known as Count Rumford.

The Sminthium (Temple of Apollo Smintheus), near Kulaki in the Troad: detail of an Ionic capital, column base and entablature

RIBA20941
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881) although not engraved and published in this form.

Detail of Ionic capitals and entablature featuring decorative stonework and a carved frieze depicting a procession of women and centaurs

RIBA20942
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London,1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Detail of Ionic capitals and entablature, with dimensions, featuring decorative stonework and a carved frieze depicting a procession of women and centaurs

RIBA20943
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Details of Classical carved stone fragments featuring decorative borders

RIBA20946
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Design for an unidentified drawing room: elevation for window wall

RIBA20972
Bonomi, Joseph (1739-1808)
NOTES: An inscription on this drawing associates the design with those produced for the house of Mrs Elizabeth Montague, 22 Portman Square, London, although this is unlikely to be the case.

Design for a cornice and frieze

RIBA21139
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century English architect.
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