Piranesi as Designer
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selected perspective of projected mausoleum for frederick, prince of wales, 1752

William Chambers was among the first British designers to respond to Piranesi during the 1750s. This design for a mausoleum for Frederick, Prince of Wales (d. March 1751), is one of the earliest known drawings to show a projected design in a landscape setting.

design for two andirons and a sconce of gilt bronze for the pavilion de bagatelle, paris

Jean-Démosthéne Dugourc
after Francois-Joseph Bélanger

Doncaster Race Cup

Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard

Episcopal Academy Chapel

Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates

Project for a Metropole

Etienne-Louis Boullée

Temple of Justice

Jean-Charles Delafosse