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Richardson and Gill (1906-1939)
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Richardson and Gill (1906-1939)

The Royal Pavilion, Ascot: Elevation, Section and Plan

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Richardson and Gill (1906-1939)
The Royal Pavilion, Ascot: Elevation, Section and Plan
inscribed 'A.E. Richardson and C. Lovett Gill' (lower right) and 'THE ROYAL PAVILION ASCOT RACECOURSE' and further annotated
pencil, pen and grey ink and ochre wash heightened with touches of white, on paper
12½ x 19 in. (32 x 48 cm.)
Exhibited
London, Royal Academy of Arts, Exhibition of British Architecture, 1937, no. 251
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Lot Essay

Following the success of Richardson's work at the Jockey Club in Newmarket (lot 199), Richardson was asked to design the new Royal Pavilion at Ascot Racecourse and work began in 1936.

We are grateful to John Harris and Charles Hind for their assistance with cataloguing the group of architectural drawings.

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