Kent, England

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Kent, England

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Kent, England

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Kent, England

35 Archival description results for Kent, England

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Wood Scene

Wood scene near Sevenoaks, Kent. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

Two windmills

Study of mills at Bromley, Kent and Dulwich Common, Surrey. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

Two Elizabethan cottages

Two cottages; near Knowle, Warwickshire and Bromley, Kent. From "A Treatise on Landscape Painting and Effect in Watercolours: from the first rudiments to the finished picture: with examples in Outline, Effect, and Colouring", first published in London by S & J Fuller in 1814, republished in 1840.

Cox, David

St. Nicholas' Church, Barfreston

Perspective drawing of a sculpted tympanum at St. Nicholas' Church, Barfreston. Measurements of the doorway are noted. No date is provided, but McGibbon sketched two other drawings of the church on 8 Aug 1888. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library.

McGibbon, Alexander

St. Nicholas' Church, Barfreston

Perspective drawing of the interior of St. Nicholas' Church, Barfreston. Accompanying the perspective is a small plan of the building and several sections and elevations of arches, columns, and windows, complete with measurements and notes. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library.

McGibbon, Alexander

London early 9 + 12 6 + 6 negs

Folder containing black & white negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: 1951 Festival of Britain, 1949 Richmond Horse Show, London buildings and cars, Bath, Rye, Dover and Canterbury. The original packaging contains technical photographic information including the type of camera used.

Oliver, George

Canterbury Cathedral

Perspective drawing of columns at Canterbury Cathedral. Beside it is a small plan and sections of the columns, with measurements. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library.

McGibbon, Alexander

Canterbury Cathedral

Perspective drawing of the crypt of Trinity Chapel at Canterbury Cathedral. Underneath is a perspective of the capital of a column, and several sections and plans of columns and ribbed vaulting, complete with measurements. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library.

McGibbon, Alexander

Canterbury Cathedral

Perspective drawing of St. Anselnis Chapel at Canterbury Cathedral. Underneath are elevations and sections of columns and arches, complete with measurements and notes. The structure is dated 'c. 1080' with the great window dated '1305'. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library

McGibbon, Alexander

Canterbury Cathedral

Perspective drawing of the Norman staircase at Canterbury Cathedral. The structure is dated 'c. 1080'. Underneath is a small section of a column. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library

McGibbon, Alexander

Canterbury Cathedral

Perspective drawing of the entrance from the cloisters to the chapter house at Canterbury Cathedral. Around the perspective are plans and sections of ribbed vaulting, pillars, and arches, complete with measurements. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library.

McGibbon, Alexander

Canterbury Cathedral

Perspective drawing of St. Anselnis Tower at Canterbury Cathedral, labelled 'South-East Transept'. A note dates the structure 'c. 1080'. The drawing bears the stamp of the Glasgow School of Art Library.

McGibbon, Alexander

Archive

Folder containing black & white negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by George Oliver. Most are annotated. Includes: general street scenes of London, London streetscenes featuring cars, Brighton, Liverpool, Tunbridge Wells and Burlington Arcade. The original packaging contains information about the camera George used and technical photographic information.

Oliver, George