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Richard Norman Shaw RA, Contract drawing for alterations and additions to stable and coach house, Sissinghurst Place, Sissinghurst, Kent: ground plan, upper floor plan, front elevation of coach house, elevation of stable, end elevation of coach house and two sections

Contract drawing for alterations and additions to stable and coach house, Sissinghurst Place, Sissinghurst, Kent: ground plan, upper floor plan, front elevation of coach house, elevation of stable, end elevation of coach house and two sections, 13 November 1868

Richard Norman Shaw RA (1831 - 1912)

RA Collection: Art

This group of five drawings is for alterations and additions to a country house, for new offices (kitchen and servants' quarters) and for enlarging the stable and coach house block. Although the drawings are signed 'Nesfield & Shaw', who were in partnership at this time, the job is by Shaw.

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Object details

Title
Contract drawing for alterations and additions to stable and coach house, Sissinghurst Place, Sissinghurst, Kent: ground plan, upper floor plan, front elevation of coach house, elevation of stable, end elevation of coach house and two sections
Architect/draughtsman
Architect/designer
W. Eden Nesfield (1835 - 1888)
Date
13 November 1868
Object type
Architectural design
Medium
Pen with black and red ink, coloured washes and with pencil added on laid paper
Dimensions

384 mm x 535 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
12/4300

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