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Sketch of an architectural fragment comprising three Corinthian capitals with a damaged architrave and frieze

RIBA22474
NOTES: This drawing has been attributed to Gilles Marie Oppenord.

Design, probably for a frieze or narrative panel, depicting Lady Godiva surrounded by attendants, preparing to mount her horse

RIBA22512
Wilson, Henry (1864-1934)
NOTES: This drawing probably relates to the competition for Coventry's Council Chambers which Wilson worked on from 1913.

Palazzo Massimi alle Colonne, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Rome: detail of the hall frieze and ceiling

RIBA22669
Peruzzi, Baldassarre (1481-1536)
NOTES: In 1905, while attending the Glasgow School of Architecture, Whitelaw won the Alexander Thomson travelling scholarship and spent a year in Spain and Italy.

Athenaeum, Plymouth: perspective view of the interior showing a lecture or meeting in progress

RIBA22722
Foulston, John (1772-1842)
NOTES: John Foulston was appointed as Plymouth's first Town Architect in 1810. SOURCE: John Foulston, 'The Public Buildings erected in the West of England', (London, 1838), pl. 49.

Public Library, Cornwall Street, Plymouth: perspective view of the entrance facade

RIBA22723
Foulston, John (1772-1842)
NOTES: John Foulston was appointed as Plymouth's first Town Architect in 1810. SOURCE: John Foulston, 'The Public Buildings erected in the West of England', (London, 1838), pl. 54.

Design for a triumphal arch, Temple Bar, London: elevation of the 'Arch of Constantine' project featuring sculpted panels and statues

RIBA22737
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: Jones's design for his 'Constantine' arch is based on the arch engraved by Alberti in 'L'Architettura' (1550), VIII, p.294. The sculptured panels over the side arches were inserted on seperate paper; the two roundels are inscribed Laetitia Publica and Hylaritas Publica, also inserted, and drawn by John Webb.

Wimbledon Palace, Surrey: design for frieze decoration for the interior of a room incorporating putti and a shield

RIBA22812
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: Wimbledon Palace was purchased in 1639 by King Charles I for his wife Henrietta Maria.

Design for a frieze featuring putti and a cartouche

RIBA22859
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: This design may have been intended for the termination of an overmantel or for the decoration of a ceiling cove.

Design for part of a proscenium frieze

RIBA22860
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: The design incorporates swagged decoration and a sheild featuring the letters APTR OSPE.
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