List of plates

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1975

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. XI-XX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47507 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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Frontispiece. The Albert Memorial under construction in 1870–1. Photograph in National Monuments Record, BB66/3891

1. Aerial view of South Kensington in 1939. Photograph copyright Aerofilms Limited

2. South Kensington in the making

(a) Gore Lane under demolition in c. 1857. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 933

(b) Royal Horticultural Society's Garden being laid out in 1861. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2601

(c) Consultation at the South Kensington Museum c. 1864–5. Photograph in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

3. South Kensington heyday

(a) Students' work being judged at the South Kensington Museum in c. 1871. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9244

(b) Visitors to the South Kensington Museum in 1872. Watercolour by C. E. Emery in Victoria and Albert Museum, 7927–1 A. L.

4. South Kensington Museum

(a) The former Brompton Park House in 1863. Watercolour by Anthony Stannus in Victoria and Albert Museum, A.L. 2813

(b) The former Brompton Park House from Thurloe Square in 1861–2. Photograph in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

(c) The rear of former Brompton Park House in c. 1872. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9770

(d) The Iron Museum under construction in 1856. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X601, no. 34967

5. South Kensington Museum. The Iron Museum

(a) South front in 1850's. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X601, no. 33966

(b) General interior in 1856. Engraving in The Illustrated London News, 12 April 1856, p. 380

(c) Interior in 1859: the Education Museum. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 947

(d) Interior in c. 1857: the Architectural Museum. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 942

6. South Kensington Museum

(a) Exterior from Thurloe Place in 1861–2. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2777

(b) First Refreshment Room, exterior in 1860's. Watercolour by Anthony Stannus in Victoria and Albert Museum, A.L. 2811

(c) First Refreshment Room, interior in c. 1858. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 2715–1913

7. South Kensington Museum

(a) The southern street frontage in c. 1861. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2428

(b) Sheepshanks Gallery and quadrangle in 1899. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 20057

(c) Sheepshanks Gallery, interior in c. 1876. Pen and ink drawing by J. Watkins in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8089J

8. South Kensington Museum

(a) North Court, interior in 1862. Engraving in The Builder, 3 May 1862, p. 315

(b) North Court, interior in 1868. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 1537-1908

(c) Designs by G. Sykes for South Court and elsewhere. Drawings in Victoria and Albert Museum, 1115–1 and 2A.L., 1116–2, 3 and 5A.L.

(d) South Court, interior looking north in 1868. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 60758

9. South Kensington Museum

(a) South Court, perspective section. Drawing in Victoria and Albert Museum, E.1051–1927

(b) Prince Consort Gallery looking north in c. 1876. Pen and ink drawing by J. Watkins in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8089 I

(c) Working drawing for South Court. Drawing in Victoria and Albert Museum, E.1016–1965

(d) Design by G. Sykes for north end of Prince Consort Gallery. Watercolour in Victoria and Albert Museum, 1112 A.L.

10. South Kensington Museum. South Court

(a) Under construction in 1861. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2690

(b) Interior looking east in 1875. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 10192

(c) Eastern compartment looking south after 1886. Undated photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X601

11. South Kensington Museum

(a) West Competition Gallery looking south in c. 1876. Pen and ink drawing by J. Watkins in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8089C

(b) North Staircase. Drawing of 1973 by R. Bowles in possession of G.L.C.

(c) Design by Owen Jones for Oriental Courts. Watercolour by O. Jones in Victoria and Albert Museum, D. 122–1905

12. South Kensington Museum. Quadrangle

(a) Design for official Residences. Watercolour by G. Sykes in Victoria and Albert Museum, 1114 A.L.

(b) Residences in 1863. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 3200

(c) Lecture theatre and Residences in c. 1865. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 4142

(d) Terra-cotta columns before installation, in 1865–6. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 4267

13. South Kensington Museum. Quadrangle

(a) Terra-cotta columns on north side in 1875. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 10211

(b) Doorway on north side, newly installed. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 10193

(c) North side in c. 1872. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9774

14. South Kensington Museum. Quadrangle

(a) Cast for terra-cotta column by G. Sykes: Old Age. Photograph of 1866 in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 4146

(b) Design for north side. Watercolour by G. Sykes in Victoria and Albert Museum, D.930–1899

(c) View looking north-west in c. 1872. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9780

15. South Kensington Museum. Grill Room

(a) Detail in 1939. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 81704

(b) Detail of grill in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(c) General view in c. 1876. Pen and ink drawing by J. Watkins in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8089H

16. South Kensington Museum

(a) Green Dining Room in 1961. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. X49

(b) Refreshment Room in 1925. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 53904

17. South Kensington Museum

(a) Ceramic Staircase in c. 1876. Pen and ink drawing by J. Watkins in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8089F

(b) Ceramic Staircase in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Ceramic Gallery in c. 1876. Pen and ink drawing by J. Watkins in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8089E

18. South Kensington Museum. Completion schemes

(a) F. Fowke's 1860, elevation. Lithograph by V. Brooks in Victoria and Albert Museum, 14648

(b) F. Fowke's c. 1865, elevation. Watercolour in Victoria and Albert Museum, E.1023–1927

(c) F. Fowke's c. 1865, perspective view. Watercolour in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

19. South Kensington Museum. Completionscheme models

(a), (b) H. Scott's 1869–70 and 1874. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 9132, 13242

20. South Kensington Museum

(a) Lecture Theatre staircase in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Cast Court in 1873. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9880

(c) Cast Courts and Iron Museum from Thurloe Square in 1897. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 17895

21. South Kensington Museum. Cast Court in 1872. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9732

22. South Kensington Museum

(a) Library in 1957. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. Q70

(b) Lunette painting and soffit (Room 102) in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) South front in 1891. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 13477

23. (a) South Kensington Museum, Aston Webb competition design 1891. Engraving in The British Architect, 14 Aug. 1891

(b) Victoria and Albert Museum, south front in c. 1927. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 57540

24. Victoria and Albert Museum in 1920

(a), (b) Central hall and Entrance hall. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 49406, 49404

25. Victoria and Albert Museum in 1920

(a), (b) Octagon Court and Entrance hall. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 49405, 49410

26. Royal Horticultural Society's Garden

(a) View towards Cromwell Road in 1861. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2607

(b) Terra-cotta columns tested in c. 1861. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2553

(c) Prototypes and cartoons for arcades tested in grounds of South Kensington Museum, c. 1859–60. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2487

(d) Crescent arcade in c. 1862. Photograph in Andrew Murray, The Book of the Royal Horticultural Society 1862–1863, 1863, facing p. 136

27. Royal Horticultural Society's Garden

(a) Entrance front to Exhibition Road. Watercolour by G. Sykes in Victoria and Albert Museum, 8132.1

(b) Garden front of south-east entrance and Council Room in c. 1863. Photograph in possession of Mrs. C. Dutnall

(c) Interior of Council Room in c. 1862. Photograph (of watercolour) in Andrew Murray, The Book of the Royal Horticultural Society 1862–1863, 1863, facing p. 121

(d) Central arcade in 1962. Photograph by Eric de Maré in possession of Imperial College

28. Royal Horticultural Society's Garden

(a) View looking north in 1861. Watercolour by R. P. Leitch in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle (Souvenir Drawings, vol. v, p. 69). Reproduced by gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen

(b), (c) Views in c. 1862 looking north-west and south-east. Photographs in Andrew Murray, The Book of the Royal Horticultural Society 1862–1863, 1863, facing pp. 117, 89

29. Royal Horticultural Society's Garden. Conservatory

(a), (b) General view and Detail in 1861. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 2617, 2623

(c) Verandah in c. 1863. Photograph in possession of Mrs. C. Dutnall

(d) View towards Royal Albert Hall, probably in 1870's. Photograph in stock of B. Weinreb, Architectural Books Ltd

30. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) Perspective of preliminary design. Drawing in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

(b) Interior of proposed great hall. Watercolour in Victoria and Albert Museum, E.1317–1927

(c) Proposed design for south front. Drawing in P.R.O., Works 33/1252

31. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) Bird's-eye view from south-west. Drawing in P.R.O., Works33/1248

(b) North front. Drawing in P.R.O., Works 33/1249

32. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) View in 1861 from No. 5 Princes Gardens. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X818, no. 455

(b) Hoisting a groined rib. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67159

(c) View from West Transept. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67143

(d) East Dome. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67180

33. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a), (c) Nave, interior in 1861 and 1862. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, nos. 3320–1954 and 41225

(b), (d) Picture gallery, interior in 1861 and 1862. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, nos. 67172, 67234

34. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) Western Annexe, interior. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67201

(b) Southern Court, interior. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67182

(c) French Hall, interior. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67188

(d) Entrance under East Dome. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 41219

35. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) West Transept, interior. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67236

(b) Nave, interior. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. Y613

(c) Loggia opening to the Royal Horticultural Society's Garden. Engraving in The Illustrated London News, 31 May 1862, p. 563

(d) Dining Saloon, interior. Engraving in The Illustrated London News, 28 June 1862, p. 667

36. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) View from Queen's Gate Terrace. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67241

(b) View from Thurloe Square. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67178

37. Exhibition Building of 1862, view from Exhibition Road. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 67242

38. Exhibition Building of 1862

(a) South front. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 67240

(b) Proposed decoration for front. Drawing (part) attributed to R. Townroe in Victoria and Albert Museum, D.1929–1908

(c) Proposed recasting of exterior by F. Fowke. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 2227–1905

39. Memorial to the 1851 Exhibition

(a) J. Durham's competition design. Engraving in The Builder, 3 April 1858, p. 231

(b) A. Stevens's competition design. Model in Victoria and Albert Museum, 318–1880

(c) Memorial in 1972. G.L.C. Photograph

(d) Model viewed by Prince Albert in 1861. Watercolour by Anthony Stannus in Victoria and Albert Museum, A. L.7851

(e) Model in grounds of South Kensington Museum in 1861. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2684

40. Albert Memorial

(a) G. Gilbert Scott's design. Watercolour in Victoria and Albert Museum, E. 2601–1962

(b) P. C. Hardwick's design. Watercolour in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects, X16\10\2

41. Albert Memorial

(a), (c), (d) Section looking west, Plan of podium and foundations and Plan of girder. Engravings in The National Memorial to His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, 1873, plates 20, 21, 24

(b) Memorial in c. 1876. Photograph in National Monuments Record, BB67/5368

42. Albert Memorial

(a) Design for mosaics on south front. Engraving in The National Memorial to His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, 1873, plate 18

(b) Prince's statue and canopy in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Stonemasons at work. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, A.b. London 123–1958

43. Albert Memorial, details in 1869. Photographs in Royal Archives at Windsor Castle (RA Add. H4). Reproduced by gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen

44–45. Albert Memorial, sculptured groups in c. 1872–5. Photographs in Guildhall Library, K/GAR

46. Albert Memorial, sculptured reliefs on podium

(a)–(c) Reliefs in 1972. G.L.C. photographs

(d), (e) Models or casts by Armstead. Photographs in scrap book of H. H. Armstead in possession of Royal Academy

47. Albert Memorial

(a), (b) Prince's statue in 1958 and View from Royal Albert Hall in 1967. G.L.C. photographs

48. Royal Albert Hall

(a), (b) Proposed designs by G. Gilbert Scott for chamber-block in Kensington Gore and south front of hall-block. Photographs in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

(c) Sketch for part-elevation, probably 1866. Drawing by John Liddell in stock of B. Weinreb, Architectural Books Ltd

(d) Model of proposed design, 1864, interior. Photograph copyright Country Life of model in Victoria and Albert Museum, A.10–1973

49. Royal Albert Hall

(a) Model of proposed design, c. 1865–6, exterior. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 47417

(b), (c) Proposed design in 1867. Exterior and Interior. Engravings in The Illustrated London News, 18, 25 May 1867, pp. 493, 516–17

(d) Interior at opening in 1871. Engraving in The Graphic, 8 April 1871

50. Royal Albert Hall

(a) Work in progress in 1868. Photograph in possession of Corporation of Royal Albert Hall

(b) View from Albert Memorial, c. 1868. Photograph in possession of Mrs. C. Dutnall (Science Museum negative no. 111/72)

51. Royal Albert Hall

(a) Interior under construction. Photograph in possession of Corporation of Royal Albert Hall

(b) Roof in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Trial construction of roof at Ardwick. Photograph in possession of Corporation of Royal Albert Hall

52. Royal Albert Hall

(a), (b) View from north in 1974 and View from south in 1972. G.L.C. photographs

53. Royal Albert Hall, exterior details in 1967. G.L.C. photographs

54. Royal Albert Hall

(a), (b) Interior details in 1967. G.L.C. photographs

(c) Interior, general view in 1967. Photograph in possession of Corporation of Royal Albert Hall

55. Eastern and Western Galleries

(a) Preliminary scheme for Annual International Exhibition buildings, c. 1868. Photograph (of drawing) in possession of Corporation of Royal Albert Hall

(b) Eastern Gallery from Royal Horticultural Society's Garden in 1871. Engraving in The Illustrated London News, 6 May 1871, pp. 448–9

(c) Eastern Gallery, etc., from Science Schools in c. 1872. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 9783

56. Eastern and Western Galleries

(a) Eastern Gallery from Royal Horticultural Society's Garden in c. 1872. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 73272

(b) Interior in 1871. Engraving in The Graphic, 6 May 1871

(c) Western Gallery in 1962. Photograph by Eric de Mare in possession of Imperial College

57. (a), (b) Displays in Western Gallery. Photographs in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

(c) Display in Southern Gallery. Photograph in possession of Mr. Fowke Mangeot

(d) Museum of Economic Fish Culture. Photograph in possession of Mr. Sylvain Mangeot

58. Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools

(a), (c) View from south-west and Colonnade in c. 1872–3. Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 9854, 9766

(b) Suggestions for design by Henry Cole in 1868. Water colour in Victoria and Albert Museum, E.2033–1921

(d) Terra-cotta roundel in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

59. Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools, details in c. 1872–7

(a)-(d) Photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 9764, 9784, 9768, 10495

60. Natural History Museum

(a) Fowke's competition design for natural history and other museums, 1864. Photograph (of watercolour) in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2196–68

(b) Waterhouse's design of 1868, section. Drawing in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects (Waterhouse office collection)

(c) Waterhouse's design of 1868, interior view. Drawing by A. Waterhouse in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects, V13\6\2

61. Natural History Museum

(a) Perspective sketch for Embankment site, 1869. Drawing in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects (Waterhouse office collection)

(b) Variant designs for central towers. Drawing in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects (Waterhouse office collection)

(c) Perspective view of south front, 1876. Watercolour by A. Waterhouse in Victoria and Albert Museum, D. 1889–1908

62. Natural History Museum

(a), (b) Working details. Drawings (part) in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects (Waterhouse office collection)

(c) Design for dodo tympanum. Drawing by A. Waterhouse in possession of Trustees of British Museum (Natural History)

(d) Dodo tympanum in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

63. Natural History Museum

(a) Design for monkey decoration. Drawing by A. Waterhouse in possession of Trustees of British Museum (Natural History)

(b) Monkey decoration in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Central Hall. Drawing of 1878 by A. Waterhouse in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects, V13I6/1

64. Natural History Museum

(a) Exterior in 1881. Photograph by Henry Dixon, copy in possession of Trustees of British Museum (Natural History)

(b) Central Hall in c. 1900. Photograph in Hermann Muthesius, Die Englische Baukunst Der Gegenwart, 1900

65. Natural History Museum

(a) South front, part elevation. Drawing in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects (Waterhouse office collection)

(b) South front in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(c), (d) Eastern balcony of Central Hall in 1881. Photographs by Henry Dixon, copies in possession of Trustees of British Museum (Natural History)

66. (a), (b) Natural History Museum in 1968. South front and East pavilion. G.L.C. photographs

(c), (d) Portals of Natural History Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum in 1974. G.L.C. photographs

67. City and Guilds College

(a), (b), (d) Bellcote, Staircase and Terracotta panel in 1962. Photographs by Eric de Mare in possession of Imperial College

(c) Exterior in c. 1887–98. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. GX4086

68. Imperial Institute

(a) Collcutt's competition design. Watercolour by T. E. Collcutt in London Museum

(b) Contract drawing of south front (part). In possession of Royal Institute of British Architects, W10/29/8

(c) South front (part) in c. 1900. Photograph in Hermann Muthesius, Die Englische Baukunst Der Gegenwart, 1900

69. Imperial Institute. Exterior and Interior view. Undated photographs in possession of G.L.C.

70. Imperial Institute. Interior views in 1893–5. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 12616, 12618,13397, 12272

71. (a) Royal College of Organists in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Royal College of Music, concert hall in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Royal College of Music, exterior in 1894. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 12610

72. (a) International Fisheries Exhibition of 1883. Engraving in The Illustrated London News, 27 Oct. 1883, p. 405

(b) Royal Horticultural Society's Garden probably in 1883. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, A.b. London 757–1921

73. (a) Royal School of Needlework. Undated photograph in possession of Imperial College

(b) Royal School of Needlework, east front in 1962. Photograph by Eric de Maré in possession of Imperial College

(c) Royal College of Science, exterior. Undated photograph in possession of Imperial College

(d) Royal College of Science, interior in 1962. Photograph by Eric de Maré in possession of Imperial College

74. (a) Royal School of Mines, exterior in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b), (c) Solar physics observatory, etc. in c. 1902–14. Photographs in possession of Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge

75. (a) Science Museum, exterior in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Science Museum, interior in 1928. Photograph copyright Science Museum, 279/ 38

(c) Geological Museum, exterior in c. 1933. Photograph copyright Geological Museum, no. 2538

76. (a), (b) Imperial College in 1972–3. G.L.C. photographs

(c) Royal College of Art in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

77. (a) Grounds of Grove House, Kensington Gore, in c. 1851–5. Drawing (part) by Georgina Aldridge in Kensington Central Library, C Pic. no. 473

(b) Methwold's almshouses and St. Augustine's, Queen's Gate, in c. 1871–3. Watercolour in possession of St. Augustine's, Queen's Gate

(c) Cromwell Lane c. 1860–1. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2427

78. (a) Brompton Hall. Watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in London Museum

(b) Gore House. Watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in Kensington Central Library., C Pic. no. 73

(c) Grove House, Kensington Gore, in 1856. Photograph by Lance-Corporal Spackman, in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, no. 34968

(d) Gloucester Lodge. Watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in Kensington Central Library, C Pic. no. 119

79. (a) Noel House. Engraving (part) in T. Faulkner, History and Antiquities of Kensington, 1820

(b) Nos. 11–25 (consec.) Kensington Gore in 1958. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 45 Hyde Park Gate in 1970. G. L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 4–8, 35–38 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in c. 1906. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 571

(e) Kensington toll gate in c. 1857–64. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

80. (a) Nos. 20–26 (even) Clareville Grove in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 26–28 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 10–14 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 499

(d) No. 29 Hyde Park Gate, garden front, in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Richard Redgrave at No. 27 Hyde Park Gate. Photograph in Artists at Home, ed. F. G. Stephens, 1884

81. (a), (b) Kensington Gate in 1974. G.L.C. photographs

(c) Nos. 44–54 (even) Old Brompton Road in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 13–21 (odd) Clareville Grove in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

82. (a) Design by C. J. Richardson for Queen's Gate area. Lithograph of 1857 in Kensington Central Library

(b) Archway to Queen's Gate Place Mews in 1971. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Aerial view of Queen's Gate Gardens area in 1947. Photograph copyright Aerofilms Limited

83. (a) No. 1a Queen's Gate and No. 1 Hyde Park Gate in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in 1962. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Queen's Gate Mews in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Queen's Gate Terrace, north side in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Queen's Gate Terrace, south side in c. 1906. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 398

84. (a) Nos. 56 and 58 Queen's Gate Terrace and No. 13 Gloucester Road in 1962. G.L.C. photograph

(b), (c) Gloucester Road, looking north before c. 1906. Photographs in Kensington Central Library, postcards, nos. 506, 505

(d) Petersham Lane in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

85. Nos. 47–52 (consec.) Queen's Gate

(a) Colonnade in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 47–49, front in 1958. Photograph by Sydney Newbery

86. (a) No. 45 Queen's Gate, drawing-room in 1896. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 13514

(b) Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, morningroom in 1896. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 13804

87. No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, drawingroom and dining-room in 1896. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 13803, 13801

88. (a) Queen's Gate Gardens, north side in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Bremner Road in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Elvaston Mews in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

89. (a) Stanhope Gardens, north and west sides in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Stanhope Gardens, east side. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 705

(c) Queen's Gate south of Cromwell Road. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 419

(d) Queen's Gate Place, view looking west in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

90. (a) Exhibition Road, view looking south in 1862. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. Y620

(b) Exhibition Road, view looking north in 1899. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

(c) Nos. 31 and 33 Cromwell Road in c. 1862. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2196–73

(d) Cromwell Road in 1862. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X93, no. 672I2

91. (a) No. 21 Cromwell Road in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) West side of Cromwell Place in 1906. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 303

(c) Nos. 15–19 (odd) Cromwell Road and Nos. 1–5 (consec.) Cromwell Place in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

92. (a), (b) Cromwell Gardens in 1937. Photographs from sale particulars in possession of Property Services Agency of Department of the Environment

(c) No. 25 Kensington Gore and east side of Queen's Gate. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 428

(d), (e) No. 25 Kensington Gore, interiors in 1972. G.L.C. photographs

93. (a) Nos. 33–37 (odd) Palace Gate in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 8 Palace Gate. Undated photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, X601, no. 3335–1954

(c) No. 18 Hyde Park Gate, exterior in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 18 Hyde Park Gate, drawing-room in c. 1908. Photograph in possession of the Hon. Mrs. Ewen Montagu

(e) Bleasdale House (No. 10 Palace Gate). Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 449

94. Palace Gate

(a) No. 2, exterior in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 4 and 6, exterior in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 2, Millais in his studio. Photograph in Artists at Home, ed. F. G. Stephens, 1884

(d) No. 2, drawing-room alcove. Engraving in The Magazine of Art, vol. iv, 1881, p. 292

95. No. 6 Palace Gate, interiors in 1891. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L.10755, 10754

96. Lowther Lodge, Kensington Gore

(a), (b), (c) North, South and West fronts in c. 1880. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in possession of Royal Geographical Society

(d) North front in c. 1921–9. Photograph in possession of Royal Geographical Society

97. Lowther Lodge, Kensington Gore

(a) Inner hall in 1882. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in possession of Royal Geographical Society

(b), (c), (d) Inner hall, Boudoir and Drawing-room in 1902. Photographs in The King, 3 May 192, pp. 339–40

98. No. 196 Queen's Gate

(a) Exterior in c. 1876. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. F514

(b) Norman Shaw's design for porch, 1874. Drawing (part) in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects, V10/76

(c) Dining-room. Undated photograph in possession of Mr. William Bryan Shaw

99. No. 196 Queen's Gate, interiors. Undated photographs in possession of Mr. William Bryan Shaw

100. Albert Hall Mansions

(a) Design by Driver and Rew, 1877. Lithograph in The Building News, 9 March 1877

(b) Front block in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Revised design, 1878. Lithograph in The Building News, 25 Jan. 1878

101. (a) Lowther Gardens in 1958. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 30 Hyde Park Gate. Lithograph in Kensington Central Library

(c), (d) Queen Alexandra's House, Exterior and Entrance hall in 1972. G.L.C. photographs

(e) Queen's Gate Hall, Harrington Road, in 1904. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

102. No. 180 Queen's Gate

(a), (b) Exterior and Porch. G.L.C. photographs of 1956 and 1961

(c) Hall in 1956. Photograph copyright Country Life

103. (a), (b) No. 180 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1956. Photographs copyright Country Life

(c) Nos. 108 and no Old Brompton Road in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

104. No. 170 Queen's Gate

(a) Exterior in 1891. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 11098

(b) Sketch-design by F. A. White. Drawing (part) in possession of Royal Academy, F. A. White Bequest

(c) Proposed design by Norman Shaw for entrance feature, 1888. Detail from drawing in possession of Royal Academy, F. A. White Bequest

105. No. 170 Queen's Gate

(a), (c) Hall and Library. Undated photographs in possession of Mr. William Bryan Shaw

(b) Morning-room. Undated photograph in possession of Royal Academy, F. A. White Bequest

106. (a), (c) No. 170 Queen's Gate, drawingroom. Undated photographs in possession of Royal Academy (F. A. White Bequest) and Mr. William Bryan Shaw

(b) No. 167 Queen's Gate in 1891. Photograph in possession of Estonian Legation

107. (a), (b) No. 167 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1891. Photographs in possession of Estonian Legation

(c), (d) Queen's Gate in c. 1901–11. Photographs in Kensington Central Library, postcards, nos. 423, 422

108. (a), (b) No. 179 and No. 178 Queen's Gate in 1890 and c. 1895–8. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L.10356,13479

(c), (d) No. 179 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1891. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L.10358, 10752

109. No. 179 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1891. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L.10744, 10748, 11092, 11094

110. No. 185 Queen's Gate

(a) Exterior in c. 1892–4. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L.12611

(b), (c) Interiors. Undated photographs in possession of Mr. William Bryan Shaw

111. (a) No. 185 Queen's Gate, morning-room in c. 1900. Photograph in Hermann Muthesius, Die Englische Baukunst Der Gegenwart, 1900

(b) Albert Court, Prince Consort Road, in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 177 Queen's Gate. Detail from photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 756

112. No. 1a Palace Gate

(a) Front in 1962. G.L.C. photograph

(b), (c), (d) Museum gallery-balustrade, Drawing-room and Dining-room. Photographs in The Studio, vol. xvi, 1899, pp. 91, 93, 95

113. (a) Alexandra Court, Queen's Gate, interior in 1902. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. 17134

(b) No. 194 Queen's Gate, exterior in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 194 Queen's Gate, interior in 1894. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record, B.L. I2949

114. (a) Royal Geographical Society, interior in 1930. Photograph in possession of Royal Geographical Society

(b) Institut Français, Queensberry Way, in 1955. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 10 Palace Gate in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

115. St. Augustine's Church, Queen's Gate

(a) West front in c. 1906. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 7

(b) West front, elevation. Measured drawing by John Sambrook in possession of G.L.C.

116. St. Augustine's Church, Queen's Gate

(a) East end. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 309

(b) Interior looking east in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Font in 1972. G.L.C. photograph

117. Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road

(a), (b), (d) Exterior and Interior views in 1972. G.L.C. photographs

(c) Bodley's proposed design, 1901. Watercolour by G. F. Bodley in possession of Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road

118. (a) South Kensington from the Imperial Institute in 1955. Photograph copyright Science Museum, 473/55

(b) Queen's Gate, view looking north. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, postcard, no. 299



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