- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802)
- Blackfriars Bridge and St Paul’s Cathedral: Outline Study for the Eidometropolis, Section Six
- (?) 1801
- Medium and Support
- Graphite, pen and ink and watercolour on wove paper, squared for transfer
- 35.2 × 51 cm, 13 ⅞ × 20 ⅛ in
- Object Type
- Outline Drawing; Study for a Panorama
- Subject Terms
- City Life and Labour; London and Environs; The River Thames
- Catalogue Number
- Girtin & Loshak Number
- 227 as 'Girtin's Panorama of London (Eidometropolis): Sector III ... Working Drawing'; '1797'
- Description Source(s)
- Viewed in 2001, 2002 and 2016
John Jackson (d.1828), almost certainly from his son-in-law, John Girtin (1773–1821); his posthumous sale, Foster's, 24 April 1828, lots 342–45 as 'unfinished Views of London'; bought by 'Colnaghi'; Henry Peter Standly (1782–1844); his posthumous sale, Christie's, 16 April 1845, lot 398, ‘coloured drawings, views of London, the drawings taken on the spot which afterward served to paint the large panorama’; bought by 'C. Hall' £5 15s; Chambers Hall (1786–1855); presented to the Museum, 1855
Binyon, 1898–1907, no.34; Whitley, 1924, fig.5; Pragnell, 1968, p.19; Chu, 2003, p.187; Smith, 2018, pp.59–61
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