Designs for a New Bridge, London: St. Jame's Park, Westminster by Sir Edwin Lutyens

Three designs for a stone arch bridge proposed to be erected over the water in St Jame's Park, London in place of the existing bridge.

Details

Medium:
Pen & ink
Acquired in:
1945
Bequeathed by:
H L Farrer through The Art Fund

The proposal did not become effective but the design is worthy of reservation.

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