Illustrations in the text

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George H. Chettle

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1937

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'Illustrations in the text', Survey of London Monograph 14: The Queen's House, Greenwich (1937), pp. 12. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117849 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

Fig. 1.Carved frieze in the Queen's cabinet. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
2.A sheet of sketch plans by Inigo Jones. From the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
3.Sketch plan and elevation. From the drawing by Inigo Jones in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
4.Design for the chimney-piece in "the cabinet roome abouve behind ye round staier." From the drawing by Inigo Jones in the BurlingtonDevonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
5.Design for the chimney-piece in the "roome next the bacstaier aboue." From the drawing by Inigo Jones in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
6.The south front, c. 1710. From an unidentified drawing in the library of Worcester College, Oxford. Photograph by The Oxford University Press
7.Design for a fountain in a wall. From a drawing by Inigo Jones in the library of Worcester College, Oxford. Photograph by The Oxford University Press
8.A ceiling panel painted by Gentileschi showing the cuts made to reduce the size of the canvas. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works