The Generall plan of King's College as it is intended with the upright of the West side of the Quadrangle towards the River.
Engraving. Plate: 485 x 385mm, (19 x 15"). Creases. Repaired damage on left edge. Small tears in edges as normal.
James Gibbs' plan for the redesign of King's College Cambridge and elevation of the west building. Though the plan shows a completed courtyard, funds ran out before it could be completely realised and only the west building was constructed. Known as the Gibbs building, the Fellows Hall, completed in 1729, was built according to the design depicted in the engraving.
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