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Remains of Egyptian obelisk at Campus Martius, Rome

SOURCE: Giuseppe Vasi. Delle magnificenze di Roma antica e moderna (Roma, 1747), vol. I, pl. XII

Temple, Luxor: the facade and obelisk

SOURCE: O. Jones and J. Goury. Views of the Nile from Cairo to the second cataract (London, 1843), pl. 9

Temple of Amun, Karnak

SOURCE: O. Jones and J. Goury. Views of the Nile from Cairo to the second cataract (London, 1843), pl. 11

Montacute House, Somerset: one of the summer houses

Arnold, William (fl. 1595-1637)
NOTES: The house was built for Sir Edward Phelips between 1598 and 1601.The architect is thought to have been William Arnold.

Imaginary composition, showing a procession before an obelisk and monumental buildings

Pierce, Stephen Rowland (1896-1966)
NOTES: This composition was probably drawn between 1927 and 1947.

Design for a monumental building or National Valhalla of the Doric order on a grand quay

Harrison, Thomas (1744-1829)
NOTES: This drawing may be connected with Harrison's project to design a grand quay from Westminster to Blackfriars or London Bridge. It may also be associated with his design for a building in honour of the Duke of Wellington, which was shown at the Royal Acadamy in 1814.

Designs for monuments alluding to ancient Roman fora incoporating obelisks, a circular domed building and a colonnaded structure

Delafosse, Jean-Charles (1734-1789)
NOTES: Figures shown at the foot of the monuments appear to be dressed in late 18th century costume.

Architectural cappriccio depicting a piazza featuring an arcade, an obelisk and statuary, with fragments of stonework shown in the foreground

NOTES: This composition, by an artist of the School of Bibiena, may have been drawn by a non-Italian or possibly by an Italian artist working in Germany in about 1750. It appears to derive from Giuseppe Bibiena's designs and possibly quotes in part from a stage design engraved as plate 7 in Part I of his 'Architettura e Prospettive' (1740), as well as from his designs for imaginary piazzas.