Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Soane Museum 6 - Bust of Palladio

Plaster Bust
After Michael Rysbrack
Soane Museum.
Date of Acquisition unknown Early 19th Century
Frequently Paired with a bust of Inigo Jones
see my previous blog entries.
Andrea Palladio Plaster Bust
Soane Museum
Very poor low resolution of the Chatsworth Marble bust of Palladio.
This image from English Heritage Review
Article by Richard Hewlings
Andrea Palladio
after Rysbrack
Life Size
Plaster Bust
Photographs by the Author
Private Collection
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Andrea Palladio
57 x 43 x 25 cms
c 1774
Albertina, Vienna.
The original Plaster supplied by Hoskins and Grant.
Wedgwood Invoiced 17 March 1774.
see my previous blog entry on the bust of Inigo Jones by Wedgwood
Frontispiece to Campbell's edition of Palladio's 'First Book of Architecture'; an architectural fa├žade with a portrait of Palladio in the manner of a classical statue, head turned to left, in the top centre of a segmented pedestal supported by corinthian pillars with winged trumpeters on the pedestal, a lettered plaque below the bust and female figures holding dividers, staff, set-square and protractor at either side in the centre, flanking an oval showing an anchor and book in a frame decorated with female torsos carrying a swag between them; the base containing bas-reliefs of a woman with a bull and Father Time holding a balance, with a lettered plaque in the centre.  1728  Etching and engraving
Architectural setting, with Fame sitting on the ground and looking at Minerva, appearing on clouds on the right; beside Minerva, two winged putti carrying a coat of arms and above her, another putto lighting a sculpted bust unveiled by Time; finsihed state of frontispiece to an unidentified edition of  'Architecture de Palladio', revised by Giacomo Leoni and translated by Nicholas du Bois.  1716  Etching and engraving
Engraved Frontispiece from an Edition of 'Architecture de Palladio' Engraved by Bernard Picart after Giacomo Leoni and translated by Nicholas du Bois 1716.
353 x 243 mm
British Museum
Andrea Palladio
after Sebastiano Ricci
Frontispiece from an Edition of 'Architecture de Palladio' along with the above allegorical engraving.
by Bernard Picart
32 x 22.7 cms
British Museum.
Frontispiece to a collection of prints after drawings of Andrea Palladio, headed by portrait medallion of the architect, head and shoulders to right in an oval, in ornate frame with lion and griffin beside.  1730?  Etching, the lettering engraved
George Vertue after William Kent
from Lord Burlington's Edition of Palladio's Fabbriche Antiche Designate da Andrea Palladio pub 1730.
Vertue states pub. 1737.
228 x 85 mm
British Museum
Plate 149: portrait of Andrea Palladio; bust, facing front, wearing a doublet<br/>Engraving
Andrea Palladio
172 x 122 mm
1769 - 75.
British Museum
Its relationship with the engraving of the bust below is quite clear.
Portrait of Andrea Palladio in the form of a sculptural bust, facing front; upon a plinth, upon a tomb with fruit swags and a relief depicting the figure of Architecture; within a frame<br/>Etching and engraving
A much later engraving by Ravenet
after David Rossi
depicting an entirely different bust from the Rysbrack Version
c. 1780.
411 x 264 mm
British Museum

Monday, 14 August 2017

Soane Museum 5 - continued Bust of Inigo Jones.

The Plaster Bust of Inigo Jones.
Soane Museum (continued).

Marble bust of Inigo Jones
Royal Institute of British Architects


The Marble bust of Inigo Jones
520 x 345 mm
Half life size approximately.
Tradegar House
Newport Gwent.


Bust of Inigo Jones
slightly over life size.
 Portland Stone
Temple of British Worthies, Stowe, Buckinghamshire.

Pre 1729.
Photographed by the Author

The nose has had some restoration.

see my previous blog post -

Photographs by the author.

Inigo Jones
Temple of British Worthies, Stowe
Undated Photograph showing the damaged nose
by John Piper.
Photograph Pre 1980


The Statuettes of Inigo Jones.

Inigo Jones
Plaster Statuette
Inscribed Cheere Fct 1749
Made for the Library of Chumley Turner
Originally at Kirkleatham Hall, North Yorkshire.
poor quality web photograph

see my previous post -

Inigo Jones
Statuette on the Chimneypiece in the Ante Room at Wilton.

Another version of the Cheere Statuette from Kirkleatham

From the English Fireplace by L.A.Shuffrey pub. Batsford. 1912.

M Webb in Michael Rysbrack 1954 notes that this statuette was gilded.


In 1727 Rysbrack sold Henry Hoare of Stourhead a bust and Statuettes of Inigo Jones and Palladio now disappeared.

Agreement between Rysbrack and Henry Hoare 10 October 1727 'a bustow of Inigo Jones in Statuary marble' £35 0 0d, a pedestal £2 10s and two figures of Inigo Jones and Palladio in plaster £ 1 10s

In Langford's sale of 1766 for Rysbrack p.4 First day lot 69. Two figures of Palladio and Inigo Jones the original models for the figures of Lord Burlington at Chiswick House.
info from Roman Splendour ..... Jervis and Dodd 2014.


Plaster Statuette of Inigo Jones by John Cheere.

Inigo Jones 
Plaster Statuette
after Rysbrack
John Cheere
Inscribed Cheere Fct 1749
Approximately 18" tall.

Supplied to Chumley Turner at Kirkleatham Hall.

Rysbrack did not provide plaster casts himself  and probably supplied Cheere with an original terracotta from which this statuette and others such as the Stourhead model were subcontracted to be cast. After 1753 he used Peter Vanina of St James Street to cast versions of his productions in plaster. 

Image from York Museum Trust

A very poor low resolution photograph of the Kirkleatham Statuette.

For much more on the plaster busts and statuettes supplied to Kirkleatham  see -


Inigo Jones
Plaster Statuette
approx. 17" tall
Private Collection.

This statuette is a cast of a plaster cast believed to have been taken from the terracotta statuette from the RIBA collection.

This statuette was cast from a plaster cast of the original terracotta by Mark Latrobe of Plasterworks in Cross Street in Islington for the late Ben Weinreb. The story told to him was that the RIBA terracotta was damaged in the Blitz of WWII and had been restored and cast by staff at the British Museum although Charles Hind of the RIBA casts doubt on this..

The original at the RIBA and a 4 or 5 of these 1990's plaster casts are to my knowledge the only versions of this statuette extant.

Katherine Esdaile published on the statuette in the RIBA Journal Vol 38 of 7 Feb 1931.

I'm afraid that very little of what Mrs Esdaile wrote can be relied upon. She states the RIBA statuette is of plaster when I am reliably informed by Charles Hind that it is of terracotta. She also states that the figure of Inigo Jones on the Walpole Cabinet is the same as this statuette (see below).

 Photograph from the RIBA Journal Vol 38. 7th Feb. 1931.


The Walpole Cabinet from Strawberry Hill. c. 1747. 
with Ivory Statuette of Inigo Jones (top right)
by James Francis Verskovis
Victoria and Albert Museum


A Statuette of Inigo Jones is listed in the 1777 Plaster Sculpture Catalogue of  Charles Harris of the Strand 

Size 1' 10"

They also sold busts of Inigo Jones 'Large as Life' and 24" which could be paired with Palladio.


18th Century Engravings of portraits of Inigo Jones in Architectural Settings.

Bust of Inigo Jones
Frontispiece to The Chimneypiece Makers Daily Assistant.
John Crunden. 1766

The Temple Builder's Most Useful Companion, being fifty entire new original designs for pleasure and recreation; consisting of plans, elevations and sections in the Greek, Roman and Gothic taste ... [Bound with:] The Chimney-Piece-Maker's Daily Assistant, or, a Treasury of New Designs for Chimney-Pieces ... from the original drawings of Thomas Milton, John Crunden, and Placido Columbani...

Engraving from The Temple Builders Most Useful Companion
Thomas Collins Overton
Pub 1766.


Inigo Jones
frequently paired with Palladio
Wedgwood bust
22inches appox
c. 1780

From a plaster bust supplied by Oliver and Hoskins in 1774
and refinished by William Hackwood (c.1757 - 1839).
see Wedgwood Correspondence

In the Albertina, Vienna


Letter from Wedgwood to Bentley 24 June 1774

Wedwood to Bentley 16 August 1774


James Hoskins, Samuel Euclid Oliver and Benjamin Grant.

Hoskins was apprenticed to John Cheere in 1747. He seems to have progressed in his employment at some speed: a note in the London Evening Post of December 1751 concerning the successful treatment of William Collins’s leg ulcer with ‘Iron Pear Tree Water’ described Hoskins, a witness to the recovery, as ‘Foreman to Mr Cheere’ (Friedman and Clifford 1974, appendix C).

 By 1770 Hoskins had set up in business with Samuel Euclid Oliver, and together they supplied works for Mersham Hatch (1, 2) and a good many reliefs, busts and other works for Wedgwood (4, 8-11). Hoskins also held the post of ‘moulder and caster in plaster’ to the Royal Academy from its foundation. In July 1773 he provided two casts of lions for the Academy (3). A group of academicians, including Agostino Carlini, George Moser and Benjamin West went to Slaughters coffee-house to inspect the casts, which they found acceptable.

 By 1775 he had entered into partnership with Benjamin Grant, another of John Cheere’s apprentices. They together supplied Wedgwood with more items (5, 6). An invoice in the Wedgwood archives for a large number of moulds, dated 16 January 1773, came to 11s 6d. Another invoice of March 21, 1774, from Hoskins and Grant, was for ‘plaister casts prepaird to mould’ which included busts of Zeno, Pindar, Faustina, Inigo Jones and Palladio, at what appears to be a standard price of a guinea a bust, and moulds of antique stone. The whole bill came to £29 13s 2d.

Another Hoskins and Grant invoice of January 1775 notes the supply of many more busts, including a Galen and Hippocrates, and British worthies such as Ben Jonson, ‘Sir W Reigle’, Fletcher and Beaumont, Harvey and Newton. This bill came to £23 17s 4d, and was signed ‘for self and partner Benj Grant’.
In 1779 they were paid £26 6s 6d for items including figures of Zingara and Chrispagnia at £2 2s (Meteyard 1866, 1, 324-5). Hoskins was still active in 1790, when he provided small works for Lord Delaval (12).
Literary References: Meteyard 1866, 1, 324-5; Gunnis 1968, 211; Pyke 1973, 70; Friedman and Clifford 1974, appendix H; Clifford 1992, 58
Archival References: RA Council Minutes, 1, ff160-1 June 1773; Wedgwood/Hoskins


Inigo Jones

Edward Burch (1730 - 1814).
Intaglio and wax impression. 
Smokey Quartz
23 x 20 mm

Victoria and Albert  Museum

Screenshot of a biscuit ware mould for a Wedgwood Intaglio of Inigo Jones - Wedgwood Museum.

Obviosly based on the intaglio by Burch


A bust of Inigo Jones was provided to the Carpenters Hall, City of London by John Bacon d.1799.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Soane Museum 5 - Bust of Inigo Jones - Some Notes

Inigo Jones (1573 - 1652).
Plaster Bust,
sculptor unattributed.
 Soane Museum, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.
Date of acquisition unknown.
This bust appears to be a unique version of the Scheemakers bust recently sold by Sotheby's London
(see below).
No size given - presumed to be life size. 
 NB. Seven buttons on the waistcoat. Also the seams on the skull cap not visible on the Sotheby's Scheemakers marble bust (see below).
It is difficult to tell from the photographs - I have not yet had the opportunity to inspect it closely - but it appears to be quite a fine bust underneath the usual thick coats of paint - in my experience it was easier to repaint these busts than to clean them and many exising 18th and 19th century busts are very thick with paint obscuring their finer details.
These two busts are obviously related but the similarities beg the question - which came first?
It is possible that the Soane bust is a reworked copy or cast taken from a version of the Scheemakers bust perhaps by John Cheere but equally it is possible that Scheemakers copied an earlier version.
Special note should be taken of the very unusual socle on the Soane plaster.
so far I have only located two other busts with this socle with the "green man" on the front.
It appears on a bust of Dryden on the Monument to him at Titchmarsh Parish Church, Northamptonshire.
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Painted wooden Monument to the poet John Dryden
Put up in 1722
The bust is believed to have been made of wood -this needs to be confirmed!
This socle is repeated is on a lead bust of George I currently in a private collection.
Bust of Inigo Jones by James Marshall
The first mention of a bust of Inigo Jones is that by James Marshall (1598 - 1675).
Marshall whose address was Fetter Lane according to John Aubrey made the bust for the monument to Inigo Jones in St Benets Church, Pauls Wharf. City of London damaged in the Great Fire of London and rescued by James Marshall - since disappeared.
William Kent and his Busts of Inigo Jones and Palladio etc.
Will 13 October 1743.
I give and bequeath unto my friends here-after named as follows.. unto Lady Catherine Pelham the head of Edward VI a busto.... my Lord Lovell (Thomas Coke) Inigo Jones and Palladios Bustos with wooden terms.....unto Mr Brian Fairfax the two bustos of Shakespeare and Butler ... to Lady Isabella Finch four heads bustos Newton Clarke Lock and Woolaston to Mr Thomas Brian Milton and Dryden bustos with wooden terms, to Mr Alexander Pope Raphael head busto and the wooden term and the Alabaster vase. To Mr Thomas Ripley the busto of Michael Angelos with wooden term.
In a codicil dated 10 April 1748 to this will he states again I also bequeath unto the Right Honourable Lady Isabella Finch..... together with my for models of Newton Lock Woolaston and Dr Clark. 
The bust of Edward VI given to Lady Catherine Pelham must surely be a version of the Rysbrack terracotta in the Royal Collection made for Queen Caroline's Library dated 1738. see -
Inigo Jones and Palladios bustos given to Thomas Coke Lord Lovell are perhaps versions of the Rysbrack busts but it is possible that they are versions of the pair of busts by Guelfi.
The Original terracottas for Inigo Jones and Andrea Palladio were sold at the Rysbrack Sale
see  English Heritage Historical Review Vol 9. 2014 -The Statues of Inigo Jones and Palladio at Chiswick House by Richard Hewlings where he illustrates the article with a photograph of an Invoice from Guelfi to Lord Burlington for the busts of Palladio and Inigo Jones for £50.
It is hard to believe given the evidence of the indifferent quality of Guelfi's production that the two marble busts of Inigo Jones and Palladio are by Guelfi.
The busts of Milton and Dryden are perhaps versions of those by Scheemakers now at Hagly Hall
The models for the busts of Newton Lock Woolaston and Dr Clark must refer to original terracotta busts made for the Queen Caroline Hermitage busts by Guelphi.
For my notes on the Guelphi busts and Queen Caroline's Hermitage see
 A bust of Inigo Jones was supplied to the Barber Surgeons Company on 9 August 1750 by James Gheys Statuary (d. 1752), in exchange for the Skeleton.
Gheys was apprenticed to Samuel Roussett  of St Martin in the Fields in 1730.
in 1752 he was working from an address in Mayfair probably at Hyde Park Corner.
Portrait of Peter Scheemakers by Francis Hayman
Royal College of Surgeons showing the bust of Inigo Jones on the floor beside him
   Peter Scheemakers.
Height with socle 76 cms
Monogrammed on the back PS.
Lot 408 Sotheby's London, 10 Dec 2015.
Irish provenance.
A marble bust of Inigo Jones was sold at the posthumous sale of Peter Scheemakers.
 Lot 56  on 11 March 1756 for £14 14s.
The Socle follows the same form as those on the busts in Trinity College Library, Dublin.
These busts at Trinity are assumed to be a combination of the work of Scheemakers and Roubiliac but I believe that the involvement of John van Nost III should also be considered. Van Nost III was apprenticed to Henry Scheemakers in 1726 - he was working in Dublin by 1750 when he executed the lead statue of George II for the Guild of Weavers.
Eight of the fourteen busts at Trinity are signed by Peter Scheemakers 7 with the monogram PSFt and the Shakespeare signed Peter Scheemakers. Usher, Homer, Demosthenes, Cicero,M ilton, Locke, and Pembroke

The six unsigned busts - of Aristotle, Socrates, Plato, Bacon, Newton, and Boyle are currently believed to have been provided by Roubiliac. 

Whilst I currently have no proof I think it is possible that John van Nost III was involved with providing the sculpture and setting up of the Trinity Library busts. Whilst at first glance these busts appear to be of very good quality comparison with the Cambridge Wren Library busts shows that the latter busts are far finer.
I would suggest that van Nost III was working with both Scheemakers and Roubiliac in the 1740's.
This form of socle was also used on the bust of Isaac Newton by Louis Francois Roubiliac in the Wren Library at Trinity College, Cambridge.
for an introduction to the trinity Library busts see -
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Inigo Jones
Life Size Portland Stone bust
Height 22 inches.
with Philip Serrell Auctioneers
Lot 94 - 8 Sept 2016.
Six buttons as on the Sotheby's Marble bust.
For another different Portland Stone bust of Inigo Jone by Michael Rysbrack see my next post
Inigo Jones
c 1769 - 80
Black Basalt 8.3 x 6.7 cms
Metropolitan Museum
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 Inigo Jones
van der Hagen after Rysbrack
Ivory Relief
9.5 cms tall
Victoria and Albert Museum.
 A group of four ivory reliefs.
Jones Cromwell Milton after Rysbrack. Shakespeare after Scheemakers.
After Rysbrack
Gaspar van der Hagen
Height of Each 11.5 cms 
Sold Christie's Lot 68 - 8th July 2010.
Inigo Jones
Ivory relief perhaps after Rysbrack but clearly showing the relationship with the van Vorst engraving.
Soane Museum
Inigo Jones
The original painted in the early 1630's
641 x 533mm
Copy of the van Dyck original formerly in the collection of Sir Robert Walpole at Houghton, sold in 1779 to Catherine the Great, now in the Hermitage, St Peterberg.
Inigo Jones
William Dobson (1611 - 46).
Oil on Canvas
369 x 305 mm.
 National Maritime Museum
Study for the portrait at Chiswick House
Inigo Jones (1573–1652)
Inigo Jones
William Dobson (1611 - 46).
Oil on canvas.
59 x 59 cms
Chiswick House
Portrait of Inigo Jones
Portrait of Inigo Jones
Inigo Jones
William Hogarth
915 x 710 mm.
Commissioned for Teddesley Hall, Staffordshire by Sir Edward Littleton (1725 - 1812) in 1758.
The National Maritime Museum ( Manuscript Collection) holds two letters from Hogarth to Littleton relating to the delivery of this portrait - 19 May and 7 September 1758.
From the engraving by van Vorst (see below). The original red chalk drawing is at Chatsworth (9.5 x 7.75 inches) it was acquired from a Dutch collector by the 2nd Duke of Devonshire who gave it to the 3rd Earl of Burlington.
National Maritime Museums Greenwich.
Inigo Jones.
probably 19th Century
after the van Dyck van Vorst engraving.
24.1 x 19.1 cms.
Donated 1952.
Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Durham
Robert van Voerst | Portret van Inigo Jones, Robert van Voerst, Martinus van den Enden, unknown, 1627 - 1636 | Portet van de Engelse architect Inigo Jones. In zijn hand een vel papier.
Inigo Jones
Robert van Vorst (Voerst).
After van Dyck.
Engraving from van Dyck's Iconographiae or Book of Heads published in 1641.
 Inigo Jones, after an engraving by Robert van Voerst, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck,  - NPG 3128 - © National Portrait Gallery, London
Inigo Jones.
Brown wash
251 x 187 mm.
Probably copied from the van Vorst engraving above.
Inigo Jones, by Wenceslaus Hollar, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck, mid 17th century - NPG D28343 - © National Portrait Gallery, London
Inigo Jones
Wenceslas Hollar
after Anthony van Dyck
mid 17th Century
126 x 87 mm
 Frontispiece ...........
Inigo Jones, by Paul Fourdrinier, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck, published 1727 (circa 1632-1635) - NPG D10967 - © National Portrait Gallery, London
Inigo Jones
after van Dyck
Paul Foudrinier
125 x 153 mm.
Inigo Jones
Michael Rysbrack
National Maritime Museum.
This bust has been severely over cleaned and given a coating of modern wax.
the marble has a bad flaw across the left (proper) cheek and bridge of the nose which would have been disguised in the 18th century - a very good example of "leave well alone" - usually a simple wash with very week soapy water is enough to revive pieces like this
Inigo Jones
Michael Rysbrack
Marble Bust
749 x 508 mm.
National Maritime Museum Greenwich
Notes on the Rysbrack Bust of Inigo Jones
 Henry Hoare Accounts -
An agreement between Rysbrack and Henry Hoare 10 October 1727 ' A bustow of Inigo Jones in Statuary Marble £35-0 -0.  'a Pedestall' £2-10-0 and two figures of Inigo Jones and Palladio in Plaster £1-10-0.
Langford's Rysbrack Sale 24 Jan. 1766. Two Figures of Palladio and Inigo Jones the original models for the figures of Lord Burlington at Chiswick. This entry suggests to me that they were of terracotta.
see Roman Splendour.....Jervis and Dodd.
Inigo Jones
Michael Rysbrack
NB. The lack of seams on the skull cap.
Another rather poor photograph of the Chatsworth marble bust of Inigo Jones by Rysbrack
File:Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington, with Bust of Inigo Jones, by George Knapton, 1743, oil on canvas - West Sketch Gallery, Chatsworth House - Derbyshire, England - DSC03293.jpg
 Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington
George Knapton
Oil on canvas
Showing a bust of Inigo Jones in the background.
In the Green Satin Bedroom at Chatsworth, Derbyshire.
The bust depicted is looking in the opposite direction to the Chatworth Rysbrack Bust.
suggesting that the bust here is perhaps not the same one currently at Chatsworth paired with that of Palladio.
Richard Hewlings has presented irrefutable evidence that Giovanni Battiste Guelfi was paid for providing busts of Inigo Jones and Palladio
A very rare and very fine life size lead bust of Inigo Jones
after Michael Rysbrack.
Paired with a bust of Andrea Palladio (see below).
Offered for sale from the collection of Sir Albert Richardson by Christie's, London 18 / 19th September 2013.
Christie's suggest that they were cast by John Cheere which seems a reasonable assumption.
I have written a little on Mid 18th Century lead busts. Given the nature of the material very few have survived.
Inigo Jones.
Plaster bust after Michael Rysbrack
The Soane Museum.
The form of the socle would suggest a later 18th or early 19th century cast.
Inigo Jones
After Michael Rysbrack
Worcester College Oxford
Another example from the same mould as the Soane bust of Inigo Jones (see above).
NB Socle.
This form of socle was widely used by the Shouts of Holborn.
Excerpts from Catalogue of Portraits in the Possession of the University, Colleges, City and County of Oxford - Mrs Reginald Lane Poole pub. Oxford at the Clarendon Press in 3 Volumes 1925
all available on line.
An invaluable resource for making some sense of 16th, 17th and 18th century  Portraits and Portrait Sculpture. Basically a Catalogue with information on each portrait with oo value judgements and no unnecessary commentary - unlike the works of Katherine Esdaile which should be taken with a large pinch of salt. 
Inigo Jones
After Michael Rysbrack
Height 64 cms
Date of Acquisition unknown - old Ministry of Works
Currently in the Banqueting House, Whitehall.(designed by Inigo Jones).
Government Art Collection.
Another bust of Inigo Jones after Rysbrack
Location unknown.
Inigo Jones
Sketch attributed to van Dyck
Musee des Beaux Arts, Agen, France.
The Chiswick House Full length Portland Stone statue of Inigo Jones.
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There is a full size lead figure of Inigo Jones after Michael Rysbrack at Holker Hall in Cumbria.
A full length plaster statue of Inigo Jones, a version of the Chiswick statue (not an exact replica) was noted by Horace Walpole in a niche on the Staircase at 4 St James Square, Westminster.
17 x 9.3 cms
17.9 x 10.2 cms
Two drawings for statues of Inigo Jones and Palladio.
William Kent.
V &A say 1727.
Victoria and Albert Museum.
Inigo Jones
Ivory Statuette
James Francis Verskovis,
On the Walpole Cabinet
Victoria and Albert Museum.
see my blog post - 
After William Kent
I Audran
40.5 x 26.4 cms
Victoria and Albert Museum
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William Kent
Architecture holding the portrait of Inigo Jones.
 Carved limewood relief.
8 ins diam.
Victoria and Albert Museum.
To Be Continued...............