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Inigo Jones (1573–1652)
Design for the Scene of Whitehall with the Banqueting House, ca. 1622
Pen and brown ink, over traces of graphite and stylus; squared for transfer in graphite and brown ink
Inscribed by the artist at upper left, in pen and brown ink, Whitehall Gate.; at upper center, Bancquet House.
14 7/8 x 24 1/2 inches (380 x 625 mm)
Purchased as the gift of Mrs. Charles Wrightsman; 1984.29
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Jones was Britain’s first classically inspired architect and also a talented designer of masques for the courts of James I and Charles I. This drawing exemplifies both talents. It is Jones’s modello for a scene in Ben Jonson’s masque, Time Vindicated to Himself and to His Honours. The performance took place in early 1623 in the Banqueting House itself, which had been constructed according to Jones’s designs between 1619 and 1622.

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