Thomas: Aitchison / Prendergast

... Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSDrawings of the Week 30 Dec 2016 Thomas: Aitchison / Prendergast George Aitchison (1825–1910), Designs for the interior decoration of 9 Chesterfield Gardens, London, for Henry, Lord Leconfield: elevation of the morning room with door and ...

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George Elliot

George Elliot ← Drawings of the Week ← SETS ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSDrawings of the Week 9 May 2016 George Elliot George Elliot, The Imperial Palace of God, 1856. Ink and wash on paper, laid on canvas, ...

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Aldo Rossi Cabina Construction

... the bottom. In his Treatise on Joiner's Work by Hand and Machine, for the Use of Workmen, Architects, Builders and Machinists (my emphasis) of 1902, George Ellis put simply: ‘The braces should be placed so that their lower ends are at the hanging side, for if in the opposite direction, ...

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Behind the Lines 3

... ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Publications Events About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterSETSDrawn Asides 7 Feb 2018 Behind the Lines 3 George Coke, Topographical view of the wall and trees of London Smallpox Hospital, Coldbath Fields, Clerkenwell, London, 1796. Pencil, black ink and grey wash on ...

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William Taylor

... workability and colour for building purposes, the first communicating the specific character of strata and masonry found in County Cork; the other, in County Mayo. George Wilkinson (1813/4–1890) was an English architect employed by the Poor Law Commissioners in 1839 to facilitate the construction of workhouses throughout Ireland in response ...

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Commonplace

... servant' from no. 37 appears in court charged with theft in 1846. Before that it was less grand, but markedly more exciting, since the poet George Crabbe lodged at this address in 1817, and the famous Irish poet and songwriter Tom Moore nearby at no 27. By 1930, the ground ...

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Behind the Lines 6

... light through the painted glass on the lanthorn that he had designed, [3] when he heard Walpole outside, talking in his high penetrating voice to George Montagu, who as usual was screaming and whooping. Out came the painful remark — and then a sudden guilty silence as they noticed his ...

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Peter Wilson

... for 'Public Convenience', 1976. Graphite and coloured crayon on trace, 420 × 590 mm. A Public Convenience Remembered Whoops… that sounds like the confessions of George Michael. There was in choosing this title in 1976 a certain provocation intended, a toying with misdemeanour, not those of the carnal variety, more ...

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Drawings in Conversation

... space. Instead their interest is in the juxtaposition of light and shade on surfaces. Unfortunately only lithograph copies of Cockerell’s final drawing survive. Engraved by George Moore, unlike the early studies the structure of the drawing has been established by assertive line work with layers of ink applied afterwards. Distinct ...

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Dance Dance Revolution

... risks yet always maintained a keen interest in infrastructure projects, buying properties scattered around Paris (notably the triple townhouse rental property on the Rue St. George). François-Joseph Bélanger (1744–1818), Château de Bagatelle, Bois de Boulogne, Paris: perspective of Chinese Bridge, c. 1785. Pen and black ink and watercolour over traces ...

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