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Richard Norman Shaw RA, Design for Grims Dyke, Old Redding, Harrow Weald, London: details of dining-room chimney-piece

Design for Grims Dyke, Old Redding, Harrow Weald, London: details of dining-room chimney-piece, Signed and dated 10 September 1870

Richard Norman Shaw RA (1831 - 1912)

RA Collection: Art

The client of Grims Dyke was the Royal Acadamician painter Frederick Goodall. A later, and more famous occupent of the house was W.S. Gilbert, operetta librettist with the composer Arthur Sullivan. The country house is neo-Tudor in style.

This set of drawings is chiefly composed of contract drawings, with all the principal floor plans and elevations given. A very fine perspective, shown at the Royal Academy Exhibition of 1872 is also included.

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Object details

Title
Design for Grims Dyke, Old Redding, Harrow Weald, London: details of dining-room chimney-piece
Architect/designer
Date
Signed and dated 10 September 1870
Object type
Architectural design
Medium
Pencil and wash
Dimensions

500 mm x 660 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
08/41

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