Description of the plates

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George H. Chettle

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1937

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London Monograph 14: The Queen's House, Greenwich (1937), pp. 7-12. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117848 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES

Frontispiece. The ceiling of the Queen's Bedchamber. Drawn by G. Gordon Godfrey
Plate 1.Portrait of Inigo Jones. From the picture by Hogarth after van Voerst's print after van Dyck, painted in 1757 for Sir Edward Littleton, now in the National Maritime Museum. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
2.Portrait of James I. From the painting ascribed to Marc Gheerardts the Younger, dated 1610, in the National Maritime Museum. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
3.Portrait of Anne of Denmark. From the painting formerly at Syston Court, Gloucestershire, now in the National Maritime Museum. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
4.Portrait of Charles I. From the picture by Daniel Mytens painted at Greenwich in 1631, now in the National Maritime Museum. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
5.Portrait of Henrietta Maria. From the painting by Gerard Honthorst in the National Portrait Gallery. Photograph by The National Portrait Gallery
6.Two views of Greenwich Palace in 1558 (a) from the river (b) from Greenwich Park. From drawings by Anthony van Wyngaerde in the Bodleian Library. Photograph by The Oxford University Press
7.Greenwich Palace in the reign of James I. From a painting by an unknown artist in the National Maritime Museum. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
8.Greenwich Palace at the time of Charles I's accession. From a contemporary painting in the possession of Captain Bruce S. Ingram (S.N.R.) Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
9.Charles I and his Court in Greenwich Park. From the painting by Adriaen Staelbent (?) in Buckingham Palace. Reproduced by gracious permission of His Majesty the King Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
10.The Queen's House. Enlarged from the engraving by Wenceslaus Hollar. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
11.Greenwich Palace in c. 1680. From a painting by an unknown artist in the National Maritime Museum. Reproduced by permission of the Trustees. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
12.Greenwich Palace in c. 1699 after Danckerts. Photograph by The National Maritime Museum
13.Greenwich Hospital and Park. From the engraving by Johannes Kip. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
14.The Queen's House in 1635:
(a) ground plan
(b) first floor plan. Drawn by T. A. Bailey
15.The south front as in 1635. Drawn by T. O. Thirtle
16.The east front as in 1635. Drawn by T. A. Bailey
17.Drawing for a chimney-piece "for Grenwich." From the original drawing by Inigo Jones in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
18.Two drawings for a chimney-piece "for the bedchamber." From the original drawings by Inigo Jones in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
19.Drawing of an "Italyan Wyndowe" in Arundel House. From the original drawing by Smithson in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
20.Sketch plans for additions contemplated in 1661. From drawings in the BurlingtonDevonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
21.Ground plan showing additions, c. 1661. From the plan by John Webb in the BurlingtonDevonshire Collection. Photograph by The Royal Institute of British Architects
22.Survey of Greenwich Palace, c. 1694. Reproduced by permission from the original in the possession of the Commissioners of Crown Lands. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
23.Ground plan showing the colonnades of the Royal Hospital extended to the Queen's House. From the drawing in the Wren Collection at All Souls' College, Oxford. Photograph by The Oxford University Press
24.Ground plan, c. 1710. From an unidentified drawing in the library of Worcester College, Oxford. Photograph by The Oxford University Press
25.A survey in the eighteenth century. From a drawing in the library of Greenwich Hospital. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
26.Greenwich Hospital School in 1844. From a drawing in the possession of H.M. Office of Works. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
27.Ground and first floor plans in 1933. Measured and drawn by Hugh Stanley Pite
28.(a) North elevation in 1933, (b) West elevation in 1933, (c) Section, 1933. Measured and drawn by Hugh Stanley Pite
29.Ground and first floor plans in 1936. Measured and drawn by H.M. Office of Works
30.Section from north to south, 1935. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
31.North front in 1933. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
32.North front in 1937. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
33.South front in 1926. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
34.South front in 1936. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
35.View from the south-west in 1933. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
36.View from Greenwich Park in 1933. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
37.Interior of the hall in 1929. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Photograph by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments
38.Interior of the hall in 1933, looking east. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
39.Gallery round the hall showing stripping of paint in progress, 1935. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
40.Gallery round the hall. Detail showing original painting. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
41.Interior of the hall showing work in progress, 1935. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
42.Interior of the hall, 1937. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
43.Plan of the hall ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
44.Detail of the hall ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
45.Hall ceiling. Detail of enrichment. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
46.Hall ceiling. Detail of cornice to centre panel. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
47.Hall ceiling. Detail of corner panel. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
48.Hall ceiling. Intersection of main ribs. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
49.Hall ceiling. Detail of painted wooden spandrels. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
50.Gallery round the hall. Details. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
51.Gallery round the hall. Detail of bracket. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
52.Circular staircase. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
53.Circular staircase. Photograph by Edward Yates
54.Circular staircase. Detail of balustrading. Photograph by Edward Yates
55.Circular staircase. Detail of wrought-iron baluster. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
56.The Orangery. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
57.The south-west room, ground floor. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
58.The Queen's Cabinet. Ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
59.The Queen's Cabinet. Ceiling details. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
60.The Queen's Cabinet. Ceiling. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Photograph by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments
61."The Cabinet room behind the round stairs." Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
62."The Cabinet room behind the round stairs." Plan and section of ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
63."The Cabinet room behind the round stairs." Detail of ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
64."The Cabinet room behind the round stairs." Ceiling. Photograph by Edward Yates
65.The east bridge room. Plan and section of ceiling. Measured and drawn by A.E. Gurney
66.The east bridge room. Detail of ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
67.The east bridge room. Ceiling. Photograph by Edward Yates
68.The Loggia. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
69.The Loggia. Stone details. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
70.Doors on first floor. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
71.Door on first floor, south staircase. Photograph by H. M. Office of Works
72.Ceiling over south staircase. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
73.West bridge room. Plan of ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
74.West bridge room. Detail plan and sections of ceiling. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
75.West bridge room. Ceiling. Photograph by Edward Yates
76.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling during renovation. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
77.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling after renovation. Photograph by The Courtauld Institute of Fine Art
78.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling looking north. Photograph by The Courtauld Institute of Fine Art
79.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling looking west. Photograph by The Courtauld Institute of Fine Art
80.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling looking east. Photograph by The Courtauld Institute of Fine Art
81.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling looking south. Drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey
82.The Queen's bedroom. Ceiling looking south. Photograph by The Courtauld Institute of Fine Art
83.The Queen's bedroom. Detail of surround of centre panel of ceiling. Photograph by The Courtauld Institute of Fine Art
84.General details. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
85.Balustrading of the north terrace. Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney
86.Marlborough House. Painted ceiling in salon. Photograph by H.M. Office of Works
87.The Queen's House. Ceiling of hall with painted panels in position. Drawing by W. Hampton