Recto: Design of a plan inscribed by Gibbs, 'Building for Cambridge'
Verso: Two sketches of an upright of a building, possibly
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Recto: Design of a plan inscribed by Gibbs, 'Building for Cambridge' Verso: Two sketches of an upright of a building, possibly
Artist/makerJames Gibbs (1682 - 1754)
Datec. 1722 - 1754
Material and technique
recto: pen and black ink with grey wash over graphite on laid paper; Verso: graphite
DimensionsRecto: Sheet 39.2 x 54.2 cm (height x width)
Verso: Sheet 51.4 x 37.4 cm (height x width)
No. of items
Presented by the Radcliffe Trustees, 1925.
William Wright Crandall, Jr, ‘Catalogue of the Drawings of James Gibbs in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, and their Connection with His Life and Work: thesis for the degree of Bachelor of Letters’, 2, 1933, University of Oxford (New College), IV 13