List of plates

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English Heritage

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W. A. Eden, Marie P. G. Draper, W. F. Grimes and Audrey Williams

Year published

1960

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9-11

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 28: Brooke House, Hackney (1960), pp. IX-XI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=100163 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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All photographs are the copyright of the L.C.C. unless otherwise stated. The modern measured drawings of Brooke House were drawn in the Historic Buildings Section of the Architect's Department. The drawings illustrating the excavation of the site are by W. F. Grimes from plans made by F. J. Collins

Frontispiece.Wall painting in the chapel at Brooke House
1.Extract from Ordnance Survey map, 1868– 72, showing Brooke House and the surrounding area
2.Plan of the Earl of Warwick's estate at Hackney, c. 1760. Reproduced from Warwick Castle ms. O.G. 308/6658 by permission of the Earl of Warwick
3.The same related to the modern street plan
4.Ground floor plan, 1842, by John Burlison. From the original in Hackney Central Public Library
5.Ground floor plan, 1954
6.First floor plan, 1842, by John Burlison. From the original in Hackney Central Public Library
7.Site plan, from the Ordnance Survey map, 1868–72: first floor and basement plans, 1954
8.(a) East elevation, 1844, by George Toussaint
(b) South elevation, 1842, by John Burlison
(c) West elevation, c. 1844, by George Toussaint. From the originals in Hackney Central Public Library
9.Elevations, 1954
10.(a) Elevations to Court I, c. 1844, by George Toussaint
(b) Perspective view of Court II, 1844, by George Toussaint. From the originals in Hackney Central Public Library
11.Sections through Court I, 1954
12.(a) Engraving after J. B. C. Chatelain, 1750. From a copy in the Council's collection
(b) Anonymous drawing, ?c. 1750–8. From the original in the London Museum
(c) Engraving after J. P. Malcolm, 1797. From a copy in the Council's collection
13.(a) East front, showing part of Cottage on left
(b) Part of south front, showing Cottage on right. From photographs in Hackney Central Public Library
14.(a) East front, after road-widening and demolition of Cottage
(b) South range, after bombing
(c) West range, after bombing
15.Court I, after bombing
(a) South-east corner
(b) North-west corner
16.Court II
(a) North-west corner
(b) General view, after bombing
17.(a) Longitudinal section through south range
(b) Longitudinal section through west range
18.South range, perspective view of roof
19.(a) South range: arched ceiling from above
(b) South range: principal with double collar
(c) South range: arch-braced principals from below
(d) West range: floor beams with jettied ends sawn off. Photograph by F. J. Collins
20.South-east staircase
21.(a) South-east staircase
(b) Detail of staircase at No. 52 Newington Green, dated 1658
(c) Detail of south-east staircase showing ends of treads. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(d) Detail of south-east staircase showing solid winders exposed. Photograph by F. J. Collins
22.South-east staircase, door and window details
23.(a) Door (U)
(b) Door (W): detail of moulded stop
(c) Door (W): detail of mitred head
24.(a) Window (Y) in east wall of west range
(b) Window (T) showing floor level of Room 65
(c) Window (T) showing Georgian first floor level
25.(a) Arch and three-light window, north end of passage 46
(b) Arch, south end of passage 46
(c) Three-light window, Room 47
(d) Chimneypiece, Room 84
(e) Arched niches, Room 27
26.Long gallery
(a) and (b) Remains of panelling
(c) Panelling, c. 1842. From the original in Hackney Central Public Library
27.Long gallery, re-construction by John Burlison, 1842. From the original in Hackney Central Public Library
28.Long gallery, Hunsdon ceiling, plan with details. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans
29.Long gallery, Hunsdon ceiling
(a) Drawing by John Burlison, 1841. From the original in Hackney Central Public Library
(b) Remains in 1954
30.Section through south end of east range showing position of wall painting
31.North wall of chapel: remains of decoration
(a) Left-hand large niche
(b) Detail showing remains of small niche with seating for beam above it
(c) Pier between two large niches
(d) Right-hand large niche: left-hand reveal
(e) Right-hand large niche: right-hand reveal
32.North wall of chapel
(a) Painting depicting St. Peter and donor
(b) Detail of St. Peter
33.Wall painting, details
(a) Head of St. Peter
(b) Head of donor
34.(a) East range: east wall of hall block incorporating angle of earlier foundation. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(b) Entrance porch: base of turret with later floor removed. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(c) Entrance porch, with later addition, from south. Photograph by W. F. Grimes
35.(a) Doorway from hall to Court I with later blocking removed
(b) Oriel window at south end of hall, as excavated with all later additions removed. Photographs by W. F. Grimes
36.(a) Later modifications to opening of oriel window in hall. Photograph by W. F. Grimes
(b) Base of external stair-turret at south-east corner of east range. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(c) North-west angle of early Building B projecting beneath later wall of west range. Photograph by F. J. Collins
37.(a) Projecting north-east angle of early Building C beneath later north range of Court II
(b) East range: opening of culvert beneath wall of extension to entrance porch
(c) East range: extension to entrance porch, from north, showing tiled floor and recess in north wall. Photographs by F. J. Collins
38.(a) East range: doorway from hall to Court I, with blocking in place. Photograph by W. F. Grimes
(b) Middle range: succession of walls behind kitchen fireplace. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(c) Middle range: general view of kitchen fireplace. Photograph by F. J. Collins
39.(a) General view of extended west range from north, showing walls of earlier buildings. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(b) Junction of earlier wall of middle range with outer wall of extended west range. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(c) Base of garde-robe turret in north-west angle of Court II, showing stump of earlier wall (Building C) projecting through brickwork. Photograph by D. Corbett
40.Court II
(a) General view of north-east turret and related buildings. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(b) The building succession at north-east turret. Photograph by F. J. Collins
(c) The building succession at north-east turret at low level. Photograph by D. Corbett
41.(a) North end of east range showing 18th19th-century structures overlying earlier walls
(b) 19th-century vat with earlier walls below
(c) North end of east range showing building succession. Photographs by W. F. Grimes
42.Folding plan showing building periods


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