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Richard Norman Shaw RA, Unexecuted design for a town hall and police station, Bromley, Kent: side elevation

Unexecuted design for a town hall and police station, Bromley, Kent: side elevation, May 1863?

Richard Norman Shaw RA (1831 - 1912)

RA Collection: Art

This fine group of five sheets bound by glue and stitching along the left edge is Shaw's design for a town hall building for Bromley, Kent, with assembly hall, police station, shops, market and library. The design was commissioned by local estate owner Coles Child, for whom Shaw created buildings for his estate, but was not taken up by the town.

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Object details

Title
Unexecuted design for a town hall and police station, Bromley, Kent: side elevation
Architect/designer
Date
May 1863?
Object type
Architectural design
Medium
Pencil, black ink and black and pink washes on wove paper
Dimensions

316 mm x 527 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
09/310

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