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Plans and elevations of a Tuscan temple, a monopteral Ionic temple and a peripteral Composite temple

RIBA20571
Vitruvius (c. 84 BC-c. 14 BC)
NOTES: This drawing was made in preparation for publication in Newton's 'The Architecture of M. Vitruvius Pollio', (London, 1771; 2nd edition, 1791), in which Vitruvian principles were applied to conjectural reconstructions of Classical buildings and later constructions.

Design for a garden temple: elevation and plan

RIBA20582
Hiorn, William (1712-1776)

Design for a garden temple: elevation and plan

RIBA20585
Hiorn, William (1712-1776)

Proposed National Cemetery, Primrose Hill, London, featuring a large Grecian-style temple or chapel, a monumental column and other buildings in a classical style

RIBA20699
Goodwin, Francis (1784-1835)
NOTES: Occupying 150 acres at Primrose Hill, the buildings in Goodwin's proposed scheme were to be modelled on those of ancient Athens.

Design for the Lansdown Tower, Bath, for William Beckford: perspective showing the entrance facade

RIBA20717
Goodridge, Henry Edmund (1797-1864)
NOTES: Lansdown Tower was built on a strip of land leading up to William Beckford's house in Bath. See RIBA66785 for the lithograph based on this drawing.

Design for a garden building or pavilion

RIBA20814
Gibbs, James (1682-1754)
NOTES: This drawing may be attributable to James Gibbs.

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.

Design for a garden temple: elevation and plan

RIBA20930
Carr, John, of York (1723-1807)

Design for a folly

RIBA20932
Carr, John, of York (1723-1807)

Design for a folly in the castle style: elevation and plan

RIBA20951
NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century English architect.
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