Description of plates

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English Heritage

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Montagu H. Cox and Philip Norman (editors)

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1930

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'Description of plates', Survey of London: volume 13: St Margaret, Westminster, part II: Whitehall I (1930), pp. XI-XVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=67771 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES

FrontispieceThe Palace of Whitehall in 1683. Reproduced, by gracious permission of His Majesty the King, from the picture in the Royal Collection, representing King Charles II and his Consort witnessing the Lord Mayor's procession to Westminster, Oct. 29th, 1683, on the occasion of his being sworn before the Barons of the Exchequer.
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1.Vertue's version of the Plan of Whitehall in 1670From engraving, published in 1747, in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours.
2.Plan of Whitehall in 1804Extracted from survey by John Marquand and Thos. Leverton, in possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands.
3.(a) The plan of 1804 imposed on the plan of 1670; (b) Plan of Whitehall showing buildings as existing today, imposed on the plan of 1670.
4.(a) Hollar's View of the Banqueting House, etc.From drawing by Hollar preserved in the Pepysian Collection, Magdalene College, Cambridge.
(b) The "Cosimo" View of the Banqueting House, etc., 1669From facsimile, preserved in the British Museum, of drawing made for Cosimo III, Duke of Florence, on his visit to England.
5.Whitehall in 1695–8From pen and ink drawing preserved in the Westminster Public Library.
6.The Privy Garden in 1741From engraving by J. Maurer in the Council's collection of prints and water colours.
7.Whitehall from Richmond House in 1746Reproduced, by permission, from a painting by Canaletto in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Richmond and Gordon.
8.Wren's designs for the Queen's Drawing RoomFrom drawing preserved in the Wren Collection in the Library of All Souls' College, Oxford.
9.A design for Queen Mary's TerraceFrom drawing preserved in the Wren Collection in the Library of All Souls' College, Oxford.
10.Altar-piece from Roman Catholic Chapel, now in Church of St. Andrew, Burnham: (a) as originally set up at Burnham; From engraving in possession of the Dean and Chapter, Westminster.
(b) panel of cherubsPhotograph.
11.Altar-piece from Roman Catholic Chapel: (a) panel of cherubs; (b) panel with the Sacred NamePhotographs.
12.Altar-piece from Roman Catholic Chapel, figures of angelsPhotographs.
13.Preliminary sketch for the Banqueting House, probably by Inigo JonesFrom photographs, in the possession of the Royal Institute of British Architects, of drawings in the Chatsworth Collection.
14.Design for elevation of the Banqueting House, probably by Inigo Jones
15.(a) Design for upper windows of the Banqueting House; (b) "Elevation of the great doure Ban. Ho. 1619"From drawings in the BurlingtonDevonshire Collection in the possession of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
16.The Banqueting House in 1713From engraving by H. Terrason in the Council's collection of prints and water colours.
17.Banqueting House, elevation to WhitehallPhotograph.
18.Banqueting House, elevation to WhitehallMeasured drawing.
19.Banqueting House, north elevationPhotograph.
20.Banqueting House, plan of HallMeasured drawing.
21.Banqueting House, plans at ground level and gallery levelMeasured drawings.
22.Banqueting House, cross sectionMeasured drawing.
23.Banqueting House, detail of central bay of façadeMeasured drawing.
24.Banqueting House, detail of end bay to lower OrderMeasured drawing.
25.Banqueting House, detail of end bay to upper OrderMeasured drawing.
26.Banqueting House, details of sections of principal stone mouldingsMeasured drawings.
27.Banqueting House: (a) capital of column to upper Order; (b) base of column to upper OrderPhotographs.
28.Banqueting House: (a) capital of pilaster to upper Order; (b) capital of angle pilaster to upper OrderPhotographs.
29.Banqueting House: (a) frieze to main cornice; (b) Ionic capitals and window heads to lower stagePhotographs.
30.Banqueting House: (a) base of column to lower Order: (b) base of pilaster to lower Order, showing action of fire at south-west cornerPhotographs.
31.Banqueting House: consoles to window heads to (a) upper stage; (b) lower stagePhotographs.
32.Banqueting House: (a) interior of ground storey looking south; (b) main staircase an entrance hallPhotographs.
33.Banqueting House, interior of Hall, view from gallery looking south-westPhotograph.
34.Banqueting House, interior of Hall, looking north-westPhotograph.
35.Banqueting House, interior of Hall, windows above gallery in side wallPhotograph.
36.Banqueting House, central doorway at north end of HallPhotograph.
37.Banqueting House: (a) detail of cornice and ribs to panels of ceiling; (b) external face of semi-circular window and doorway at south end of HallPhotographs.
38.Banqueting House, ceiling, general planFrom photograph of engraving by Simon Gribelin, 1720, in the possession of H.M. Office of Works.
39.Banqueting House, ceiling, central panelFrom photographs kindly supplied by H.M. Office of Works. The copyright is vested in the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office.
40.Banqueting House, ceiling, square panel at south end
41.Banqueting House, ceiling, square panel at north end
42.Banqueting House, ceiling, corner panels
43.Banqueting House, ceiling, long panels at sides
44.Banqueting House, front of organ as at present in the Chapel Royal of St. Peter-ad-VinculaPhotograph.
45.Banqueting House: (a) detail of Organ front;Photograph.
(b) the Ante-Chapel at Whitehall in 1773From engraving by Jas. Basire after S. H. Grimm, representing the distribution of the Maundy, in the possession of the Westminster Public Library.
46.Whitehall Court (Yard) circ. 1764From engraving by E. Rooker after Paul Sandby, wrongly entitled "Scotland Yard," in the Council's collection of prints and watercolours.
47.Whitehall Court (Yard) in 1803From water-colour drawing in the possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands.
48.Horse Guards Avenue, looking eastPhotograph.
49.Pelham House, south frontPhotograph.
50.Whitehall Gardens, etc., plan at ground levelMeasured drawing.
51.Whitehall Gardens, etc., plan at first-floor levelMeasured drawing.
52.(a) Cromwell House, entrance doorway; (b) Cadogan House, entrance in Horse Guards AvenuePhotographs.
53.(a) Cadogan House, mantelpiece in Room No. 82; (b) Cromwell House, arcading of corridor outside Room No. 79Photographs.
54.Cromwell House, undercroft, looking southPhotograph.
55.Cromwell House, undercroft: (a) looking north; (b) head of entrance doorway on east sidePhotographs.
56.Cromwell House, plan of undercroftMeasured drawing.
57.Cromwell House, doorway to undercroftMeasured drawing.
58.Cromwell House, (a) Room No. 97, general interior; (b) Room No. 79Photographs.
59.(a) Cromwell House, Room No. 80, mantelpiece; (b) Malmesbury House, Room No. 74, mantelpiecePhotographs.
60.No. 1 Horse Guards Avenue, west frontPhotograph.
61.No. 1 Horse Guards Avenue: (a) old rubble walling at south-east corner to forecourt; (b) east elevationPhotographs.
62.No. 1 Horse Guards Avenue: (a) doorway between Rooms Nos. 18 and 19; (b) doorway to Room No. 17Photographs.
63.(a) No. 1 Horse Guards Avenue, entrance hall and staircase; (b) Malmesbury House, entrance doorwayPhotographs.
64.Malmesbury House, front to Whitehall GardensPhotograph.
65.Pembroke House, entrance gatewayPhotograph.
66.Pembroke House, water-gatePhotograph.
67.Elevation and plan of the Rt. Hon. Lord Herbert's house in WhitehallFrom Colin Campbell's Vitruvius Britannicus.
68.Plan of ground leased to Earl of Pembroke in 1803From plan in possession of H.M. Commissioners of Crown Lands.
69.Pembroke House, west elevation from roof of entrance lodgePhotograph.
70.Pembroke House, general elevationMeasured drawing.
71.Pembroke House, garden front (1912)Photograph.
72.Pembroke House: (a) entrance hall; (b) lower portion of main frontPhotographs.
73.Pembroke House, main staircase: (a) second floor; (b) first floorPhotographs.
74.Pembroke House, details of main staircaseMeasured drawing.
75.Pembroke House: (a) lobby on first floor; (b) lobby on second floorPhotographs.
76.Pembroke House, details of lobby on first floorMeasured drawing.
77.Pembroke House: (a) alcove on second floor; (b) alcove on first floorPhotographs.
78.Pembroke House, details of alcovesMeasured drawing.
79.Pembroke House, doorcase in the Salon (Room No. 27)Photograph.
80.Pembroke House, ceiling in the Salon (Room No. 27) in 1912Photograph.
81.Pembroke House, bay window and ceiling in the Salon (Room No. 27)Photograph.
82.Pembroke House, chimneypiece in Room No. 25Photograph.
83.Pembroke House, ceiling in Room No. 25Photograph.
84.Pembroke House, detail of ceiling in Room No. 25Photograph.
85.Pembroke House: (a) ceiling to main staircase; (b) portion of ceiling in Room No. 24Photographs.
86.Pembroke House: (a) mantelpiece in Room No. 15; (b) Room No. 13, showing bayPhotographs.
87.Pembroke House: (a) mantelpiece in Room No. 17; (b) glass and metal door between Rooms Nos. 16 and 17Photographs.
88.(a) No. 6 Whitehall Gardens, lantern light to stairs; (b) Pembroke House, mantelpiece in Room No. 18Photographs.
89.(a) No. 6 Whitehall Gardens, view of garden (1912); (b) Whitehall Gardens, general view looking north-eastPhotographs.
90.Whitehall Gardens, ground and first-floor plansMeasured drawing.
91.No. 6 Whitehall Gardens, mantelpieces in (a) drawing room (1912); (b) library (1912)Photographs.
92.(a) No. 4 Whitehall Gardens, mantelpiece in north-east room, second floor; (b) No. 6 Whitehall Gardens, dining room (1912)Photographs.
93.No. 5 Whitehall Gardens: (a) drawing room (1912); (b) dining room (1912)Photographs.
94.No. 4 Whitehall Gardens: (a) north room on first floor; (b) room on ground floor (formerly dining room) in 1912Photographs.
95.No. 2 Whitehall Gardens, first-floor back room, north sidePhotograph.
96.No. 2 Whitehall Gardens, first-floor back room: (a) west side; (b) panel on south sidePhotographs.
97.No. 2 Whitehall Gardens, mantelpiece in back room on ground floorPhotograph.
98.No. 1 Whitehall Gardens, south room on first floor (1912)Photograph.
99.No. 1 Whitehall Gardens: (a) staircase from first-floor landing; (b) mantelpiece in Silent Room (1912)Photographs.
100.(a) Nos. 1–3 Whitehall Gardens, elevation from lawn (1912); (b) Whitehall Gardens, general view looking south-eastPhotographs.
101.Montagu House, elevation to Whitehall, looking north-eastPhotograph.
102.Montagu House, south elevation and garden terracePhotograph.
103.Montagu House, plans of ground and principal floorsMeasured drawing.
104.Montagu House: (a) Room No. 8, showing ceiling; (b) marble mantelpiece in Room No. 7Photographs.
105.Gwydyr House, front to WhitehallPhotograph.
106.Gwydyr House, detail of entrancePhotograph.
107.Gwydyr House, elevation and sectionsMeasured drawing.
108.Gwydyr House, detail of entranceMeasured drawing.
109.Gwydyr House, plans of ground, first and second floorsMeasured drawing.
110.Gwydyr House: (a) mantelpiece in Room No. 16; (b) mantelpiece in Room No. 10Photographs.
111.Gwydyr House: (a) mantelpiece and (b) detail of central portion of mantelpiece, in Room No. 7Photographs.
112.Gwydyr House: (a) doorcase in Room No. 10; (b) plaster medallion over mantelpiece in Room No. 1b, second floorPhotographs.
113.View from the terrace of Richmond House in 1746Reproduced, by permission, from painting by Canaletto, in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Richmond and Gordon.
114.(a) Richmond Terrace, WhitehallFrom engraving by M. S. Barenger after T. H. Shepherd, pubd. 1827, in the Council's collection of prints and water-colours.
(b) Design for elevation of Richmond Ter raceFrom drawing by T. Chawner in the Crace Collection.
115.Richmond Terrace, general viewPhotograph.
116.Richmond Terrace, general elevationMeasured drawing.
117.Richmond Terrace: (a) east front; (b) northwest cornerPhotographs.
118.Richmond Terrace, ground and first-floor plansMeasured drawing