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Church of St George, Hampnett, Gloucestershire: view of the chancel's painted walls, looking east

Clayton & Bell
NOTES: The church's chancel is Late Norman in origin with the walls redecorated with floral painted motifs in 1868 by Clayton & Bell and the Rev. W. Wiggin.

Designs for St Pancras Station and the Midland Grand Hotel, Euston Road, London: interior perspective of the coffee room

Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811-1878)
NOTES: This drawing was signed in monogram TGJ - possibly Thomas Graham Jackson.

Study of an unidentified decorative scheme possibly from a floor or painted wall surface

NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and tracings by Godwin from an album containing items relating to architecture and ornament.

Sketch for the decoration of a staircase in the Italian manner, for Thomas Highmore's house: elevation, including a wall painting featuring scenes from Classical literature and legend

Thornhill, Sir James (1675-1734)
NOTES: Thornhill was apprenticed to the decorative painter Thomas Highmore between 1689 and 1696.

Copy of an antique wall painting or design based on antique motifs

NOTES: This drawing is believed to be by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.

Palazzo Doria, Rome: elevation showing wall decorations on the north side of a room painted by Raphael

Raffaello Sanzio (1483-1520)
NOTES: Watercolour over engraved line.

Antique ceiling decoration: copy of, or proof plate for, an engraving

NOTES: This image is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.

Design for a decorative frieze in plaster work or painted mural design featuring an allegorical figure

NOTES: This drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect, possibly Bolognese in origin.

Topographical watercolour of the Duomo, Siena: the interior of the baptistery, including painted vaults and the central font

Donatello (ca. 1383-1466)
NOTES: The Baptistery is also known as the Chapel of Saint John the Baptist. The 15th century baptismal font is attributed to Jacopo della Quercia with bronze relief sculptures by Donatello and Ghiberti.

Alternative designs for a highly decorated ceiling

NOTES: The design is bisected vertically, showing two alternative schemes. The drawing is by an unidentified 18th century Italian architect.