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Plate 16: Mid-Georgian ceilings

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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Mid-Georgian Ceilings

a. Lord Petre's house, Park Lane (later Breadalbane House), engraving of drawing-room ceiling, 1783.

Figure 16a: Mid-Georgian ceilings Lord Petre's house, Park Lane (later Breadalbane House), engraving of drawing-room ceiling, 1783.

James Paine, architect, 1766-70. Demolished

b.No. 16 Grosvenor Street, design by Robert Adam for drawing-room ceiling, 1761.

Figure 16b: Mid-Georgian ceilings No. 16 Grosvenor Street, design by Robert Adam for drawing-room ceiling, 1761.

Possibly not executed

c. No. 38 Grosvenor Square, ceiling of front drawing-room in 1953.

Figure 16c: Mid-Georgian ceilings No. 38 Grosvenor Square, ceiling of front drawing-room in 1953.

Architect and painter unknown