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Horse Guards Parade, St James's Park, London

RIBA15475
Kent, William (1685?-1748)
SOURCE: R. Ackermann. The Microcosm of London (London, 1835), vol. II, pl. 56 NOTES: Horse Guards was built in 1750-1759 by John Vardy and William Robinson to designs by William Kent.

Plan, perspectives and a detail of three kinds of siege engines or testudine

RIBA20574
Vitruvius (c. 84 BC-c. 14 BC)
NOTES: This drawing was made in preparation for publication in Newton's 'The Architecture of M. Vitruvius Pollio', (London, 1771; 2nd edition, 1791), in which Vitruvian principles were applied to conjectural reconstructions of Classical buildings and later constructions. These are studies for figures CXIII, CXIV, CXV, and CXVI (2nd edition).

Perspective of a siege engine or testudo

RIBA20575
Vitruvius (c. 84 BC-c. 14 BC)
NOTES: This drawing was made in preparation for publication in Newton's 'The Architecture of M. Vitruvius Pollio', (London, 1771; 2nd edition, 1791), in which Vitruvian principles were applied to conjectural reconstructions of Classical buildings and later constructions. This is a variant study for figure CXVII (2nd edition).

Page of figure sketches and caricatures including members of a military band on horseback

RIBA20911
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Design for carvings on a war memorial (World War One): sketched elevation showing soldiers engaged in trench warfare

RIBA36446
Jack, George Washington Henry (1855-1931)
NOTES: During World War One George Jack worked in the LCC Architects Department where he remained until 1919. Thereafter his own practice was chiefly concerned with memorials and church furnishings.

Design for carvings on a war memorial (World War One): sketched elevation showing an injured soldier on a stretcher being carried across a makeshift bridge

RIBA36447
Jack, George Washington Henry (1855-1931)
NOTES: During World War One George Jack worked in the LCC Architects Department where he remained until 1919. Thereafter his own practice was chiefly concerned with memorials and church furnishings.
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