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Design for a capital featuring a kneeling female saint, produced as part of a stage set for the masque 'Beauty's Awakening'

RIBA22499
Wilson, Henry (1864-1934)
NOTES: This image was reproduced in The Studio, summer number, (London, 1899), pl. 9. The masque entitled 'Beauty's Awakening' was written, designed and presented by members of the Art Workers' Guild in 1899 at the Guildhall, London.

Design for a capital featuring a seated female saint, produced as part of a stage set for the masque 'Beauty's Awakening'

RIBA22500
Wilson, Henry (1864-1934)
NOTES: This was reproduced in The Studio, summer number, (London, 1899), pl. 10. The masque entitled 'Beauty's Awakening' was written, designed and presented by members of the Art Workers' Guild in 1899 at the Guildhall, London.

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.

Study for a stained glass window for the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Kemsing, Kent, depicting the head of a bearded saint or prophet in profile

RIBA22517
Wilson, Henry (1864-1934)
NOTES: It has been suggested that this sketch may have been modelled from Henry Wilson's father. It might also depict William Morris.

Design for a wardrobe: detail of a carved angel with a bird

RIBA22686
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)

Design for a wardrobe: detail of carved angels with birds

RIBA22687
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)

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.

Detail of sculptural group representing Florence Nightingale supporting a wounded Crimean soldier in the Scutari Barrack Hospital, Istanbul

RIBA28489
Phyffers, Theodore (fl. 1840-1872)
NOTES: The Barrack Hospital at Scutari was Florence Nightingale's base during the Crimean War and is still in existence. Scutari was the Greek name for the district of Istanbul now known as +â+ôsk+â-+dar.

Sketch of a peasant woman standing by a rustic vaulted staircase

RIBA29301
NOTES: The woman in the drawing is depicted hand-spinning thread using a drop spindle and a distaff.
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