Renderings of decorations in various rooms in London that are almost more elegant than the ones at Cumberland House. They’d even impress a Rothschild or two. George Aitchison Jr. RA, architect, maker (1825-1910) who also designed Leighton House.

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“Designs for the interior decoration of 52 Prince’s Gate, London, for Thomas Eustace Smith, Esq.: elevation of a wall and left doorway in the boudoir.” Reference #RIBA4035. 1877. Classical Revival. Colored drawing. Possibly one of the two drawings exhibited for the boudoir at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1877. Image © Royal Institute of British Architects – RIBA. Fair use license. via https://www.architecture.com/image-library/ribapix/image-information/poster/designs-for-the-interior-decoration-of-52-princes-gate-london-elevation-of-a-wall-and-left-doorway-i/posterid/RIBA4035.html
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“Designs for the interior decoration of 29 Chesham Place, London, for Sir Sydney Hedley Waterlow, Bt: plan of the drawing room ceiling.” Reference #RIBA12505. 1886. Colored drawing. Exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1886. Image © Royal Institute of British Architects – RIBA. Fair use license. via
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“Designs for the interior decoration of 52 Prince’s Gate, London, for Thomas Eustace Smith, Esq.: elevation of a wall and central doorway in the boudoir.” Reference #RIBA12502. 1877. Classical Revival. Colored drawing. Possibly one of the two drawings exhibited for the boudoir at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1877. Image © Royal Institute of British Architects – RIBA. Fair use license. via https://www.architecture.com/image-library/ribapix/image-information/poster/designs-for-the-interior-decoration-of-52-princes-gate-london-elevation-of-a-wall-and-central-doorwa/posterid/RIBA12502.html

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