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Sir William Chambers RA, Design of a capital illustrating the supposed origin of the Corinthian order: elevation

Design of a capital illustrating the supposed origin of the Corinthian order: elevation, c.1757-70

Sir William Chambers RA (1723 - 1796)

RA Collection: Art

Title
Design of a capital illustrating the supposed origin of the Corinthian order: elevation
Architect/draughtsman
Date
c.1757-70
Object type
Architectural design
Medium
Pen with black ink and grey, brown and red washes with a border of black and brown washes
Dimensions

370 mm x 353 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
09/761
Acquisition
Given by Mrs. Augusta Thackeray 21 June 1865
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