Henry Hugh Armstead, R.A. 1828 - 1905
Nude study of a seated female figure for the
Photo: R.A.
© Royal Academy of Arts, London
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Nude study of a seated female figure for the "Metropole" doorway design
pencil and white paint on blue/green wove paper, 352 X 251 mm
Given by Dr. Hugh Wells Armstead, 1932
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According to Armstead's handwritten key, this is a study for his design for the doorway of the Grand Métropole Hotel in Northumberland Avenue, London (now known as the Metropole Building) which opened in 1885. The architects, were Frederick and Horace Francis (1818-1896 and 1821-1894 respectively).


Nude study of a seated female figure for the
Photo: R.A.
© Royal Academy of Arts, London
Click here to order image/reproduction rights
 
Nude study of a seated female figure for the "Metropole" doorway design
pencil and white paint on blue/green wove paper, 352 X 251 mm
Given by Dr. Hugh Wells Armstead, 1932
04/2162
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