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Designs for Fairacres, Roehampton Lane, Wandsworth, London, for C. F. Kearley Ltd: bird's-eye perspective from the west

RIBA125076
Minoprio & Spencely
NOTES: These perspectives of a semi-circular block of luxury flats were commissioned by Charles Kearley for reproduction in the sales brochure. Kearley, a noted art collector, was one of Myerscough-Walker's most faithful patrons, buying many of his surreal paintings and sculptures as well as commissioning these architectural perspectives.

Designs for Fairacres, Roehampton Lane, Wandsworth, London, for C. F. Kearley Ltd: perspective pf a view of the northern wing

RIBA125077
Minoprio & Spencely
NOTES: These perspectives of a semi-circular block of luxury flats were commissioned by Charles Kearley for reproduction in the sales brochure. Kearley, a noted art collector, was one of Myerscough-Walker's most faithful patrons, buying many of his surreal paintings and sculptures as well as commissioning these architectural perspectives.

Preliminary design for a garden: plan

RIBA125361
Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580)
NOTES: This drawing is numbered VIII/13 recto in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Plan of the vineyard of Cardinal Lancellotti on the Strada Sant'Agnese, Rome

RIBA125573
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XV/7 recto in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Drawing of Flora in a garden with architectural details in the background

RIBA125686
NOTES: Porbably copied from a composition by a Flemish painter.

Studies of flowers: anenomes and a tulip

RIBA125844
NOTES: There is also a small decorative pattern design, possibly for a textile

Studies of flowers: gentians and geraniums

RIBA125845
NOTES: There is also a small decorative pattern, possibly for a textile.

Caythorpe Court, Lincolnshire, for Edgar Lubbock: plan and aerial view showing terrace and gardens in relation to the house

RIBA125962
Blomfield, Sir Reginald (1856-1942)
NOTES: This image appeared in The Builder, 1903 November 28. Caythorpe Court, now listed Grade II*, was built as a 'hunting lodge' for Mr Lubbock with extensive stables beyond the house for fifty horses; Mr Lubbock was appointed Master of the Blankney Hunt in 1904.

Designs for alterations and additions to Betteshanger House and gardens, Kent, for Sir Walter Charles James: design for terrace and parterre

RIBA125964
Devey, George (1820-1886)
NOTES: Beginning in 1856, George Devey undertook a major remodelling of Betteshanger House and grounds which continued into the 1880s after Devey had died. The house originated as a modest villa by Robert Lugar for F. R. Morrice in 1829 (see RIBA17755 and RIBA17756).

Designs for alterations and additions to Betteshanger House and gardens, Kent, for Sir Walter Charles James: design for garden steps

RIBA125965
Devey, George (1820-1886)
NOTES: Beginning in 1856, George Devey undertook a major remodelling of Betteshanger House and grounds which continued into the 1880s after Devey had died. The house originated as a modest villa by Robert Lugar for F. R. Morrice in 1829 (see RIBA17755 and RIBA17756).

Designs for alterations and additions to Betteshanger House and gardens, Kent, for Sir Walter Charles James: design for terracing behind retaining walls and a sundial in a parterre

RIBA125966
Devey, George (1820-1886)
NOTES: Beginning in 1856, George Devey undertook a major remodelling of Betteshanger House and grounds which continued into the 1880s after Devey had died. The house originated as a modest villa by Robert Lugar for F. R. Morrice in 1829 (see RIBA17755 and RIBA17756).
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