List of figures

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1975

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21-25

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'List of figures', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. XXI-XXV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47508 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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List of Figures

1. Estates and houses before 1851 2
2. Abridged pedigree of the Blake, Thurloe and Alexander families 9
3. Clareville Grove area: the Lee estate. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1894–6 19
4. No. 137 Gloucester Road, elevation. Drawn by J. N. Wallace 20
5. No. 2 Clareville Grove, perspective view. Drawn by F. A. Evans 21
6. Nos. 9 and 9c Clareville Grove, perspective view. Drawn by F. A. Evans 22
7. Nos. 20–30 (even) Clareville Grove, plans and elevations. Drawn by J. N. Wallace 23
8. Nos. 108 and no Old Brompton Road, plan. Redrawn by M. Coles from The Builder, 9 Oct. 1886 24
9. Hyde Park Gate, Kensington Gate and Palace Gate. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1894–6 28
10. Kensington Gate, details. Drawn by F. A. Evans 31
11. Nos. 35–37 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate, elevation. Drawn by A. R. Fagan, with reconstruction of Nos. 35 and 37 from photographs, etc. 33
12. Nos. 12 and 13 Hyde Park Gate. Drawn by John Sambrook, with reconstruction from photographs and lease-plans 35
13. Nos. 1–15 (odd) Palace Gate and Nos. 58–59 Hyde Park Gate, typical elevation based on Nos. 5 and 15 Palace Gate. Drawn by John Sambrook 39
14. No. 1a Palace Gate, plans. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from Academy Architecture, 1898, p. 46 41
15. Nos. 33–37 (odd) Palace Gate, details. Drawn by S. M. Boden 43
16. No. 2 Palace Gate, plans, elevation and sketch. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from survey by Stone, Toms and Partners, and from sketch in The Graphic, 19 April 1877 45
17. No. 8 Palace Gate, plans and sections. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from architect's drawings in Victoria and Albert Museum, D. 1791–1908, D. 1792–1908, D. 1798–1908 47
18. The Estate of the Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851. Based mainly on plan in Commissioners' Third Report (1836) and on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–72 53
19. Sketch-layout of 1851 Commissioners' Estate suggested by Prince Albert, 1853. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from lithograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, E.694–1913 82
20. Layout of 1851 Commissioners' Estate proposed by T. L. Donaldson, 1853. Redrawn by A. R. Fagan from photograph of plan in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2509 82
21. Layout of 1851 Commissioners' Estate proposed by J. Pennethorne, 1853. Redrawn by A. R. Fagan from photograph of plan in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2506 83
22. Layout of 1851 Commissioners' Estate proposed by C. R. Cockerell, 1853. Redrawn by A. R. Fagan from photograph of plan in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, no. 2514 83
23. Victoria and Albert Museum. North Staircase ceiling, quarterplan and section. Drawn by F. A. Evans 105
24. Victoria and Albert Museum. Lecture Theatre, decorative tablet. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from a photograph 113
25. Victoria and Albert Museum. Bridge to Huxley Building seen from Princes Gate Mews. Drawn by F. A. Evans 114
26. Albert Memorial. Vaults in foundations. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum, Library collection, A.b. London 45777 154
27. Albert Memorial. Castellated detail on canopy. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from photograph of l869 in Royal Archives at Windsor Castle, RA Add. H4 170
28. Albert Memorial, railings. Drawn by S. M. Boden 172
29. Royal Albert Hall, section looking south in 1932. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from plans in the possession of the Greater London Council 186
30. Royal Albert Hall, part-section and diagram published in 1872 and plans in 1915. Redrawn by A. R. Fagan, from Royal Institute of British Architects, Sessional Papers, Session 1871–2 (22 Jan. 1872) and plans in the possession of the Greater London Council 187
31. Natural History Museum and other museums. Layout proposed by Francis Fowke, 1864. Redrawn by John Sambrook from The Builder, 28 May 1864 204
32. Natural History Museum. Plan proposed by A. Waterhouse, 1868. Redrawn by John Sambrook from plan in possession of Trustees of British Museum (Natural History) 207
33. Natural History Museum, plan and section in 1883. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from section in Waterhouse office drawings in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects and plan in The Builder, 19 May 1883 211
34. Natural History Museum. Gate lodge, plan, elevations and details. Drawn by J. N. Wallace 212
35. Natural History Museum. Engineer's and messenger's lodge, plans, elevations and details. Drawn by Miss A. Field 215
36. Royal College of Organists, formerly National Training School for Music, plans, elevations and details, c. 1875. Drawn by S. M. Boden with additional material supplied from The Building News, 29 Oct. 1875 218
37. Imperial Institute and Eastern and Western Galleries, plans. Composite reconstruction drawn by F. A. Evans, based mainly on contract drawings for Imperial Institute in Royal Institute of British Architects, plan of Imperial Institute in H. Muthesius, Die Englische Baukunst Der Gegenwart, 1900, photographic evidence and plan of Eastern and Western Galleries 223
38. Royal School of Needlework, plans in 1902. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from The Builder, 2 May 1902 231
39. Huxley Building, formerly Science Schools, plans, section and part-elevation, c. 1873. Drawn by John Sambrook, the plans and section based on photographed drawings in Victoria and Albert Museum, Guard Books, nos. 9235, 9236, 9239 236
40. City and Guilds College, plan in 1888. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from plan in Engineering, 2 Nov. 1888 240
41. Royal College of Science, plan in 1907. Redrawn by A. R. Fagan from The Architectural Review, April 1907 242
42. Royal School of Mines, plan in 1912. Redrawn by A. R. Fagan from Engineering, 28 June 1912 244
43. Science Museum. Eastern block, plan in 1928. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from plan in The Builder, 13 April 1928 255
44. Nos. 5 and 7 Queen's Gate, plans. Redrawn by R. Bowles from lease-plans of 1856 in Middlesex Land Register, 1856/ 9/854, 856 265
45. No. 2 Hyde Park Gate, ironwork details. Drawn by S. M. Boden 267
46. Nos. 56 and 58 Queen's Gate Terrace, plans, elevations and details. Drawn by John Sambrook, with roof and chimneystacks restored from photographs and engravings in The Builder, 22 Oct. 1864 270
47. Queen's Gate Gardens, fluearches. Drawn by F. A. Evans 273
48. Queen's Gate Gardens, gateway to central enclosure. Drawn by F. A. Evans 275
49, 50. Nos. 44–52 (consec.) Queen's Gate, typical plans and section. Drawn by John Sambrook and based on interior of No. 45 and exterior of No. 47 278, 279
51. Nos. 44–52 (consec.) Queen's Gate, typical external ironwork details. Drawn by S. M. Boden 280
52. Nos. 44–52 (consec.) Queen's Gate, chimneypiece (at No. 45) and staircase ironwork (at No. 51). Drawn by John Sambrook and S. M. Boden 281
53. Queen's Gate Gardens. North side, typical plans. Drawn by John Sambrook, based on plans by C. J. Richardson in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects and partial survey 284
54. No. 26 Queen's Gate, elevation to Queen's Gate Terrace. Drawn by A. R. Fagan, partly restored from the evidence of neighbouring houses and photographs in Victoria and Albert Museum 286
55. No. 1 Queen's Gate Place, elevation. Drawn by R. Bowles 287
56. Nos. 27 and 29 Cromwell Road, plans and elevation (partly restored). Drawn by S. M. Boden 290
57. No. 27 Cromwell Road, interior details. Drawn by F. A. Evans 292
58. Nos. 1–7 (consec.) Cromwell Gardens, plan in 1867. Redrawn by M. Coles from plan in Public Record Office, C 16/454/S102 295
59. No. 49 Cromwell Road, staircase detail. Drawn by A. R. Fagan 297
60. No. 101 Gloucester Road, elevation of shop-front. Drawn by S. M. Boden 300
61. Queensberry Mews West and back of former Queen's Gate Hall. Drawn by F. A. Evans 303
62. Nos. 191–193 (consec.) Queen's Gate, elevation. Drawn by A. R. Fagan 306
63. Nos. 1–19 (consec.) Queen's Gate, typical elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 309
64. No. 15 Queen's Gate Terrace, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 309
65. No. 22 Queen's Gate, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 309
66. No. 14 Queen's Gate Terrace, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 310
67. Cromwell Place, typical elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 310
68. Nos. 48–52 (consec.) Queen's Gate, typical elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 310
69. Nos. 3 and 5 Cromwell Road, composite elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 311
70. North side of Queen's Gate Gardens, composite elevation based on Nos. 15,18, 19. Drawn by John Sambrook 311
71. No. 28 Queen's Gate Gardens, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 311
72. No. 49 Cromwell Road, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 312
73. South side of Queen's Gate Place, typical elevation based on No. 17. Drawn by John Sambrook 312
74. No. 5 Queen's Gate Terrace, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 312
75. No. 65 Gloucester Road, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 313
76. Nos. 61–77 (odd) Cromwell Road, typical front elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 313
77. Nos. 61–77 (odd) Cromwell Road, typical rear elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 313
78. South side of Queen's Gate Gardens, typical elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 314
79. No. 43 Stanhope Gardens, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 314
80. No. 91 Queen's Gate, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 314
81. No. 129 Queen's Gate, elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 315
82. Manson Place, typical elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 315
83. Nos. 47–51 (consec.) Stanhope Gardens, typical elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 315
84. Mews arches, elevations and plans. Drawn by Miss A. Field 318
85. Jay Mews. Stables, plan, strip elevation and details. Drawn by Miss A. Field 323
86. Alexandra Court, Queen's Gate, plan. Redrawn by M. Coles from S. Perks, Residential Flats, 1905, p. 122 326
87. Nos. 195–197 (consec.) Queen's Gate, plans. Redrawn by R. Bowles from Middlesex Land Register, 1876/13/530 and 1878/15/650, and sources of fig. 91 327
88. No. 189 Queen's Gate, plan. Redrawn by R. Bowles from Middlesex Land Register, 1880/ 12/967 327
89. Lowther Lodge, now Royal Geographical Society, plans. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from contract and later plans in possession of Royal Geographical Society 328
90. Lowther Lodge, interior details. Drawn by F. A. Evans 329
91. No. 196 Queen's Gate, plans. Redrawn by John Sambrook mainly from contract drawings in possession of Royal Institute of British Architects, and plans in possession of Greater London Council 333
92. No. 180 Queen's Gate, plans and section. Redrawn by John Sambrook from contract drawings in possession of Royal Academy (Norman Shaw Bequest), plans in possession of Greater London Council, and photographic evidence 335
93. No. 170 Queen's Gate, plans and section. Redrawn by John Sambrook from contract drawings in possession of Royal Academy (F. A. White Bequest), plans in possession of Greater London Council, and partial survey 337
94. No. 185 Queen's Gate, plans and section. Redrawn by John Sambrook from contract drawings in possession of Royal Academy (Norman Shaw Bequest), plans in The Architect, 22 Jan. 1892, and photographic evidence 339
95. No. 167 Queen's Gate, plans. Drawn by John Sambrook 340
96. No. 167 Queen's Gate, partsection and detail. Drawn by John Sambrook 341
97. Albert Hall Mansions, Kensington Gore, plans and section. Redrawn by F. A. Evans from plans of 1879 in possession of Royal Academy (Norman Shaw Bequest) 344
98. St. Augustine's Church, Queen's Gate, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook 350
99. Vicarage of St. Augustine's Church, Queen's Gate, plans and elevation. Drawn by John Sambrook 352
100. Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook 354

Folded drawings

1. Kensington Gate, plans and elevations. Drawn by F. A. Evans between pages 38 and 39

2. (a) The main rectangle of the Estate of the 1851 Commissioners in 1863. Based on plan in Commissioners' Fourth Report (1861), official plan of 1862 Exhibition, bird's-eye view of Horticultural Society's garden in Andrew Murray, The Book of the Royal Horticultural Society 1862–1863, 1863, and on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–72

(b) The main rectangle of the Estate of the 1851 Commissioners in 1883. Based on plan in Commissioners' Sixth Report (1878) and on the Ordnance Surveys of 1862–72 and 1894–6

(c) The main rectangle of the Estate of the 1851 Commissioners in 1913. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1913–15

(d) The main rectangle of the Estate of the 1851 Commissioners in 1973. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1913–15 and part survey between pages 54 and 55

End pocket

A. 1. South Kensington Museum, groundfloor plan in 1860

2. South Kensington Museum, groundfloor plan in 1865 and Francis Fowke's completion plan

3. South Kensington Museum, groundfloor plan in 1869–70 and Henry Scott's completion plan

4. South Kensington Museum, groundfloor plan in 1874 and Henry Scott's completion plan

5. South Kensington Museum, groundfloor plan and sections in 1891 and Aston Webb's competition design for completion.

6, 7. Victoria and Albert Museum, first- and ground-floor plans in 1909

8. Victoria and Albert Museum, ground-floor plan in 1973 Redrawn by F. A. Evans and John Sambrook from plans in the possession of the Victoria and Albert Museum and Public Record Office, Parliamentary Papers, photographs and partial survey

B, C. Plans of the area to illustrate the post-1851 domestic buildings. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1894–6