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Study of a section of the Parthenon frieze, originally from the Acropolis, Athens: detail of the Athenian cavalry and their horses

RIBA21255
NOTES: Sculptures and carved relief friezes from the Parthenon were brought to Britain in 1806 by Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin and were deposited in the British Museum in 1816.

Sketch of the three female figures of the Greek Fates (Moirae) shown spinning and cutting thread: probably taken from an Italian Renaissance painting or fresco

RIBA21298
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of sketches of Italian paintings, sculpture, Medieval and Renaissance costume and miscellaneous tracings by Godwin from an album containing items relating to architecture and ornament. Alfred George Stevens travelled to Italy in 1834 where he spent nine years studying the frescoes and paintings of the Old Masters. In the early 1840s, after attending a design course at the Florentine Academy, he returned to London.

Traced portrait of a boy holding a flower, from the Palace of Ichah, Isfahan

RIBA21306
NOTES: This drawing was probably produced by a local draughtsman for Charles Felix Marie Texier for use in his publications and later presented to the RIBA.

Copy of a mural from an unidentified building in Shiraz showing two mythological characters in combat

RIBA21308
NOTES: Texier has annotated the drawing 'Combat de Roustem et d'Arbimane.' This drawing was probably produced by a local draughtsman for Charles Felix Marie Texier for use in his publications and later presented to the RIBA.

Copy of a mural from an unidentified building in Shiraz, showing animals, human figures and a hunting scene

RIBA21309
NOTES: This drawing was probably produced by a local draughtsman for Charles Felix Marie Texier for use in his publications and later presented to the RIBA.

Study of a relief sculpture fragment from the cave temple of Rameswara, Ellora, depicting human figures

RIBA21338
NOTES: This drawing was executed to illustrate a publication or paper on Indian Architecture entitled 'Fragments of Indian Architecture selected principally from the excavations in the Mountain of Elora near Aurungabad in the Degan as also from the Island of Eliphanta Bombay.'

Caricature of Sid Evans, one of Edwin Lutyens's assistants

RIBA21627
NOTES: The Hon. Paul Phipps was articled to Lutyens from 1901 to 1904 and was the father of Joyce Grenfell.

Study of a fragment of antique sculpture, from the Giardino Colonna (Colonna Gardens) in Rome

RIBA21689
NOTES: The stone sculpture depicts part of a male torso emerging from stylized foliate carving.

Design for a capital featuring St George and the dragon, produced as part of a stage set for the masque 'Beauty's Awakening'

RIBA22498
Wilson, Henry (1864-1934)
NOTES: The masque entitled 'Beauty's Awakening' was written, designed and presented by members of the Art Workers' Guild in 1899 at the Guildhall, London.
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