Pierre-François-Léonard Fontaine (1762–1853), Proposed development for Place de la Concorde, Paris, 1811. Pen and black ink with grey wash and watercolour over pencil on paper, 277 × 248 mm.
Louis-François Trouard (1729–1804), Design for Casernes des Gardes francoises à Versailles, 1771. Pen, ink, grey and blue wash on laid paper, 435 × 610 mm.
François-Joseph Bélanger (1744–1818), Theatre for the Comédie Italienne, section, 1779. Pen and black ink with grey and blue wash on paper, 376 × 514 mm.
Jean-Charles Delafosse (1734–1791), An Ideal Prison, c. 1767. Pen, ink and watercolour on laid paper, 233 × 354 mm.
Louis Combes (1757–1818), Place du Château Trompette, Bordeaux: project in honour of the Republic, elevation, c. 1789. Pen and black ink, grey wash and watercolour on paper, 175 × 730 mm.
Pierre-François-Léonard Fontaine (1762–1853), Project for a national cemetery: perspective view, c. 1785. Pen and black ink with grey wash over a black pencil sketch on paper, 197 × 900 mm.
Pierre Rousseau (1751–1829), Projet d'un Palais des Arts, after 1793. Pen and watercolour on paper, mounted on thick card, edged with tooled leather in red Moroccan half calf binding, 328 × 214 mm.
Louis-Pierre Baltard (1764–1846), Exposé Relatif aux Constructions du Palais de Justice et de la Prison de Lyon, 1823 – 1834. Pen, ink and wash, 200 × 500 mm.
Anon. (French), Study for a public garden on a city wall, c. 1810. Black ink, pen, grey and blue and pink wash, and pencil on laid paper, 685 × 520 mm.
For an in-depth commentary on the seven ideas around which A Civic Utopia was organised; and for the publication that accompanied the exhibition, A Civic Utopia: Architecture and the City in France, 1765–1837, by Nicholas Olsberg and Basile Baudez.