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Thomas Stothard RA, Designs for a monument

Designs for a monument, ca. 1824

Thomas Stothard RA (1755 - 1834)

RA Collection: Art

This work comes from one of sixteen volumes of Royal Academy Annual Exhibition catalogues that were collected and extra-illustrated by the lawyer and antiquarian Edward Basil Jupp F.S.A. (1812 - 1877). The catalogues span the period from the first annual exhibition in 1769 up to 1875. Jupp added drawings, prints, letters and autographs by, or referring to, Academicians and other exhibitors at the Academy's annual exhibition.

E.B. Jupp was a solicitor who married Eliza Kay, daughter of the architect William Porden Kay. He was a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and a clerk of the Carpenters' Company, of which he published a history. Jupp amassed a large collection of paintings by British and Dutch artists, drawings, prints, books and porcelain most of which was sold after his death, at Christie's in February 1878.

Many of the drawings in Jupp's Royal Academy extra-illustrated volumes were bought from art sales during the 1860s. He was also acquainted with a number of contemporary artists and several drawings in the later volumes (along with many of the letters and autographs) were sent from the artists themselves.

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Object details

Artist/designer
Thomas Stothard RA (1755 - 1834)
Date
ca. 1824
Object type
Drawing
Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
03/2218
Acquisition
Given by Leverhulme Trust 1936

recto

Title
Designs for a monument
Medium
Pen and brown ink on cream wove paper with writing in pencil underneath
Dimensions

214 mm x 135 mm

verso

Title
Studies for the reverse of Sir Walter Scott medal
Medium
Pen and ink on cream wove paper
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