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possibly Maurice-Louis Jolivet, Small pavilion: section and ground floor plan

Photo courtesy of Rodolfo Acevedo Rodriguez (All rights reserved)

Details

Country House
West Wycombe
Title(s)
Small pavilion: section and ground floor plan
Date
c.1750
Location
Unframed, drawings chest outside Library, location 240 on Dashwood list, AP 98, Witt 941/6 (62)
Medium and support
Ink and wash on paper
Dimensions
Overall height: 40.4 cm, Overall width: 26.4 cm
Artist
possibly Maurice-Louis Jolivet (fl.1750-1759)
Catalogue Number
WW46
Inscription
  • Scaled

Description

Twin Doric porticoes with pediments and a central pitched roof frame a large double-height room with spaces adjoining; attics and vaults suggest that this was a livable space but it is possibly a design for a park or hunting pavilion.
by Clare Hornsby

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