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Triumphal arch

RIBA18994
Marot, Daniel (1663?-1752)
SOURCE: Oeuvres du Sr. D. Marot (Amsterdam, 1712), suite 37

Arco di Giove Ammone near Sant'Eufemia, Verona

RIBA19698
SOURCE: Torello Sarayna. De origine et amplitudine civitatis Veronae (Verona, 1540), p. 26 NOTES: The arch was demolished in the 17th century.

Arch of Septimus Severus, Forum, Rome

RIBA19736
SOURCE: Il terzo libro di Sebastiano Serlio Bolognese (Venice, 1544), p. CXI

Arch of Titus, Rome

RIBA20527
NOTES: This drawing was made either by Visentini or one of his assistants.

View of Hyde Park Corner, London, following alterations

RIBA20935
Burton, Decimus (1800-1881)
NOTES: Decimus Burton was responsible for planning the lay-out of Hyde Park (in 1825) and its south-east corner (Hyde Park Corner). He designed the triumphal arch, the Wellington or Constitution Arch, to form the main western entrance to St. James's Park and Green Park.

Design for a triumphal entrance

RIBA21065
Barr, James (1810-1869)

Student design for a triumphal archway: elevation

RIBA21069
Crake, John (1810 or 11-1859)
NOTES: This is one of several designs by Crake for a triumphal archway that may have been produced for the RA schools.
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