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John Donowell, after Isaac Ware, West Wycombe Park: north front: design in wash with triple-arched central bays and crest in tympanum

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Details

Country House
West Wycombe
Title(s)
West Wycombe Park: north front: design in wash with triple-arched central bays and crest in tympanum
Date
c.1740–50
Location
Framed, hanging in the Study, location 080 on Dashwood list, AP 14, Witt 941/23 (17)
Medium and support
Pen, ink and wash on paper
Dimensions
Overall height: 18 cm, Overall width: 46 cm
Artists
John Donowell (fl.1753-1786), after Isaac Ware (1707-1766)
Catalogue Number
WW8
Inscription
  • Scale below to 10 feet added in pencil

Description

This is a larger version of WW4, rendered in detail in wash, with the depiction of exaggerated shadow cast from the left.

by Clare Hornsby

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