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Designs for the Red House, Bexleyheath, London, for William Morris: alterations to the drawing room and study chimneys

RIBA92200
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: The two chimneys were heightened, probably to improve drawing.

Studies of a female nude, two soldiers or knights in roundels and a female figure

RIBA94080
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Studies of an angel, female figures and a group of fishermen (or possibly Christ and apostles?)

RIBA94081
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Sketches of carved decoration incorporating a variety of human and animal forms

RIBA94095
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Drawing of a stylized male figure with mutton chop moustache and top hat

RIBA97298
NOTES: The drawing appears to be late 1920s but the figure looks in dress and appearance late Victorian/early Edwardian.

Caricature of an unidentified man and woman wearing Spanish Flamenco dress, the man was possibly a member of the office or client of Sir Edwin Lutyens

RIBA98187
NOTES: This drawing is part of an accession of caricatures of figures in the office of Sir Edwin Lutyens, some drawn by Lutyens, some by Paul Phipps and others by an unidentified artist, probably another member of the office.

Freehand figure sketches

RIBA125526
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XIII/6 in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection.

Sketch of a hand with descriptive text

RIBA125583
NOTES: This drawing is numbered XV/14 verso in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. It shows a small sketch of a hand with an inscription 'carattere antico del Palazzo di Giulio Rom.o'. This could refer to the Palazzo del Te in Mantua, designed and built by Giulio Romano between 1524 and 1534, for the other inscription on the same sheet, 'pianta del palazzo di mantova' probably refers to the palace plan on the recto of this sheet.

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

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