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The designs of Inigo Jones, consisting of plans and elevations for public and private buildings. Published by William Kent, with some additional designs

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Jones, Inigo, 1573-1652
The designs of Inigo Jones, consisting of plans and elevations for public and private buildings. Published by William Kent, with some additional designs
Volume 1
London, England: Printed for Benjamin White, at Horace's Head, Fleet-Street, 1770
2 v. in 1 ([18] p., [52] leaves of plates (some double, some folded) ; [18] p., [47] leaves of plates (some double, some folded)) : chiefly ill., plans ; 54 cm.

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Contents

[Frontispiece], pp. [A] ff.

[Title page] The designs of Inigo Jones, consisting of plans and elevations for public and private buildings. Published by William Kent, with some additional designs. Volume I, pp. [B] ff.

[Contents] A table of the plates contained in the first volume, pp. C-E ff.

[Title page] Les desseins du celebre Inigo Jones, consistant en plans et elevations, pour des edifices publics et des batimens particuliers. Publiés par Guillaume Kent, augmentés de quelques desseins d'autres maitres. Tome I

[Contents] Table des planches contenues dans le premier tome, pp. F-H ff.

[Plate 1*] The general view of the palace, design'd for Whitehall, drawn by Mr. Ferris, p. 1*

[Plate 1, 2] The general plan of the palace, design'd for White-hall [Whitehall], consisting of seven courts, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, p. 1, 2

[Plate 3, 4] The general plan of the principal apartments of the palace, p. 3, 4

[Plate 5, 6] The plan of the King's apartments, drawn by the scale of the following front, p. 5, 6

[Plate 7, 8, 9, 10] The front of the palace next the park, which is more particularly express'd by the following specimens, p. 7, 8, 9, 10

[Plate 11] The first order of one of the pavillions [pavilions] of the foregoing front with the plan, by a larger scale, p. 11

[Plate 12] The second order in large, with the plan, p. 12

[Plate 13] The third order in large, with the plan, p. 13

[Plate 14, 15, 16, 17] The front of the palace next the river, p. 14, 15, 16, 17

[Plate 18] The first order of the wing of the foregoing front in large, with the plan, p. 18

[Plate 19] The second order in large, with the plan, p. 19

[Plate 20, 21, 22, 23] The front next Westminster, p. 20, 21, 22, 23

[Plate 24] The first order of one of the towers of the foregoing front in large, with the plan, p. 24

[Plate 25] The second order in large, with the plan, p. 25

[Plate 26] The third order in large, with the plan, p. 26

[Plate 27] The cupola in large, with the plan, p. 27

[Plate 28, 29, 30, 31] The front of one side of the palace, within the great court and section of the buildings at each end of it, with the side of the towers, p. 28, 29, 30, 31

[Plate 32, 33] The first order of the middle of the foregoing front in large, with the plan, p. 32, 33

[Plate 34, 35] The second order in large, with the plan, p. 34, 35

[Plate 36, 37] The third order in large, with the plan, p. 36, 37

[Plate 38] The basement and first order of one of the pavillions [pavilions] of the foregoing front, in large, with the plan, p. 38

[Plate 39] The second order in large, with the plan, p. 39

[Plate 40, 41, 42, 43] A section of the palace through the square court, and the courts on each side of it; with the fronts of the courts on that side next the Thames, p. 40, 41, 42, 43

[Plate 44] The first order of the front of one of the side-courts in large, with the plan, p. 44

[Plate 45] The second order in large, with the plan, p. 45

[Plate 46, 47] The section of the King's apartments, with the front of the circular court, p. 46, 47

[Plate 48] The first order of the foregoing front, which is the Persian, in large, with the plan, p. 48

[Plate 49] The second order, which is the cariatides [caryatids] in large, with the plan, p. 49

[Plate 50] The section of the chapel, by the same scale as the foregoing specimens, p. 50

[Plate 51] The section of the Banquetting-House [Banqueting House], by the same scale, p. 51

[Plate 52] The plan of the ceiling of the Banquetting-House [Banquetting House], by the same scale; the compartments of which were painted by Rubens, p. 52

[Plate 53] Design for windows; the three uppermost are Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian; the three others are of the same orders, without pilasters or columns; the height of the circular opening of the window, is twice the breadth to the center of the arch; the height of the rest are twice the breadth, p. 53

[Plate 54] Venetian windows. The first with three-quarter columns, where the side opening is equal to the diameter of the pillar: the second with three-quarter columns, and a recess, where the side opening is one-third of the middle opening; and the third with pilasters, where the side opening is equal to half the middle opening, which is twice the breadth of the opening to the center of the arch, p. 54

[Plate 55] Designs for doors, the height of the openings is twice the breadth, and the recess equal to the architrave, which is one sixth part of the opening, p. 55

[Plate 56] Designs for doors with three-quarter columns: the height of the openings are twice the breadth, and the recess equal to the architrave, or one sixth part of the opening, p. 56

[Plate 57] Designs for rustick [rustic] doors, one with an architrave, one with Doric pilasters, and the other with Ionic, three quarter columns: the height of the openings is twice the breadth, and the recess as before, p. 57

[Plate 58] A design for temple-bar, in the manner of a triumphal-arch, the height of the middle opening is twice the breadth, as are the arches on each side, p. 58

[Plate 59] Rustic-gates, the two first were design'd by the Earl of Burlington; the other, which is Doric, by Inigo Jones; the height of the opening is twice the breadth; and the recess one sixth part of the breadth, p. 59

[Plate 60] Piers, with columns, pilasters and niches; the distance or opening between them is equal to twice the breadth of the pier, p. 60

[Plate 61] Rustic piers with niches; the opening or distance of which is twice the breadth of the pier, p. 61

[Plate 62] Designs of chimney-pieces; the heights of the openings are equal to the breadths, p. 62

[Plate 63] Other designs of chimney-pieces with their ornaments; the first is at the Earl of Burlington's, the second is at the Honourable Mr. Arundel's, and the third at the Honourable Mr. Pelham's, Secretary at War; their openings are as before, p. 63

[Plate 64] A chimney-piece at the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole's at Houghton; the pannel (panel) over it is in basso-relievo, the opening as above, p. 64

[Plate 65] A chimney-piece in the drawing-room at the Kensington, the frame over it was adjusted for a particular picture, p. 65

[Plate 66] Cielings [ceilings], the uppermost at the Honourable Mr. Pelham's; the other by Inigo Jones, in the King's-House at Greenwich, p. 66

[Plate 67] Sides of two rooms, the uppermost is at the Honourable Mr. Arundel's, the other at the Earl of Burlington's, p. 67

[Plate 68] The side of a cube room: the cover of the cieling (ceiling), is one third of the height of the room, the opening of the door is twice the breadth and one sixth high, p. 68

[Plate 69] Designs for a public gallery, with paintings and statues; the cieling (ceiling) in three compartments for painting, p. 69

[Plate 70] A building of the Earl of Burlington's at Chiswick, of which this is the lower plan, and one of the fronts, with the profile of the portico, p. 70

[Plate 71] The principal front and plan of the apartments of the foregoing house, in the middle of which is an octagonal hall, which receives its light by windows near the top, p. 71

[Plate 72] The inside of the octagonal hall by a larger scale, with the pictures and ornaments, p. 72

[Plate 73] The other front of the foregoing house, and the plan and elevation of a temple in the garden at Chiswick, p. 73


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