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Two doorcases

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Arched door openings with keystones. Inscription tablet over it in the left design; pilaster stripes like a frame. At right: festoon and inscription tablet over the door. Colored background.

Doorframe for a poor house

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Two overdoors separated by the entablature. The bottom one shoes an inscription: PAVPERES / PROVIDE", flanked by triglyphs. The top one consists of an inscription tablet in a niche. Colored background.

Four projects for a door

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Divided in two rows. The designs top left and bottom row are variation of the design -1658. Top right. Similar to -1730; the inscription reads: PROVIDET. / PAVPERES". The four escutcheons are shown in the niche on top. Colored background.

Door wall elevation

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Door wall elevation for the Noble Cabinet, Palazzo Altieri.

Door Wall Elevation of the Noble Cabinet, Palazzo Altieri

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Door wall elevation.

Long wall of a hall

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
.Long wall of a hall.

Two elevations of a doorway

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The door openings are cut in a niche, topped by a medallion and flanked by columns carrying an inscription tablet. The bottom design shows another tablet over the niche.

Elevation of a wall

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Elevation of a wall.

Elevations of a wall, ceiling, mantelpiece

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Elevations of a wall, ceiling, mantelpiece.

Frames

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Frames.

Design for ceiling decoration

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Design for ceiling decoration.

Two bed canopies

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Two tents with feather flags on top. The right one stands behind the left one and is only partly visible. Both have friezes of lambrequins with tassels and two entwined cords. The edges of the openings are fringed. The background and the interior of the tents are colored.

Royal tent

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The two wings beside the post at the entrance are raised. Visible inside, at left, part of a throne, at right, a pedestal upon which indistinct objects lie. At left parts of two other tends. The right half is only partly sketched.

Design for Wall Decoration

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Beside probably a door, a panel with a vase, and one with the illusion of a door. below scale. Evindently mounted on paper by the artist. On the back, in the handwriting of the period: "sc-4" (price).

Pulpit elevation

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Pulpit elevation.

Basin with a pavilion in a park

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The pavilion stands in the center of the large basin. It consists of a circular structure with an outer colonnade and an inner wall. Upon the entablature and in front of the tambour are statues. Another is on top of the dome. Projecting staircases lead to the colonnade, with figures standing upon pedestals at the front of the balustrades. Bridges lead to the st aircases, the one at left having three archves, the one at right four. The very ends of the basin are not visible. In front and behind the basin are free spaces. In front are various groups of men, three riders, and a dog. More people in the rear. The space at the back is bordered laterally by two oblique or curved rows of trees. A colonnade is seen in the c enter of the background. In the rear mountains and clouds.

Fountains and coffee houses

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Left row: two fountains, the upper basins of which are supported by standing figures. Center row: a very roughly sketched top corner part of the background for a fountain. A fountain, with colossal basin before a semicircular colonnade on a high dado. Flights of stairs lead to the colonnade. Right one: plan and elevation of a wheel-shaped plan. Part of an elevation and plan of a café with octagonal plan.

Fountain; elevation of a church

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Top row: fountains. Water pouts from lions and the dado upon which they crouch; column with a female figure in the center. Water pours from the pedestal of a monumental column. Water pours from crouching lions. Female statue in the center, incompletely shown. Center row: the left point is shown. Domed circular statue with cross-wse projecting loggias. Collonade flanking the ground floor. Rough sketch of the plan of a fountain. Bottom row: fountains double basin. Water pours from crouching lions, springs in the upper basin and pours from the capital of the central column, upon which a figure stands. Corner view. Water pours from crouching lions and from arches in the base upon which a column stands on a pedestal. Incompletely shown. Monumental column. A variation of the second design.

Fountains

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
At left: the left side of the elevation of a fountain in a park. A dado zone is on a lower level. Water is intended to pour from holes in three niches and from jars which two figures hold in their hands standing in front of the intervals. upon the flanked pilasters stand small fountains on the upper level. In its center is a fountain, the upper basin of which is carried by seated Atlantes. A semicircular lattice collonade and trees are in the background. A detail view of the central fountain is above at right. Below at right is a very rough pen sketch of the left half of the elevation of another founrtain upon two levels. Arcades with statues are in the center of the lower level, a pavillion in that of the upper level.

Fountains

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Top left: view of a fountain with crouching lions, tapped by a female figure. Left center: plan of an oblong fountain. Center: unfinished plan of an octagonal fountain. Bottom left: unfinished plan of an oblong fountain. Rough sketch of steps. Bottom right: a variation of the design top left; surrounded by posts. Accounts top right.

Fountains

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A circular pavilion stands in the center of the basin into which water pours from the mouths of two lions upon pedestals. The wall of the pavilion consists of trellis work and statues standing upon a dado between the columns. The lion, left, is drawn over part of preparatory sketch of the pavilion. The background is colored. On verso: top row, left: a sketch resembling a spade. Second row: sketch for a colonnade and two sketches of pavilions (probably cafeauses). A fountain with a column and two figures, recumbent, beside it. Part of a lion upon a pedestal. Third row: two plans. A colonnade above which a statue of Hercules rises. Two sketches for the pedestal and the colonnade. Bottom row: an obelisk rising from a colonnade. A colonnade. A figure. Part of a plan. Some writing in ink, vertically: "Sige", ibn the upper right corner: "Per que…" "Dirò due cose (?)."

Recto: domed triangular room; Verso: colonnade and a dado

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The corners are beveled. Scale underneath. Verso: horizontally, bottom: interior view of a colonnade. The full width is indicated. Three panels of a dado of diminishing width with measurements. Written underneath: Zocolo". Other measurements, those of a molding stand under a sketch of it.

Gateway of a villa

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The gateway is framed by two niches with fountains. These are flanked by pedestals with crouching lions shown in profile. The inner ones are in front of railings. The two wings are flanked by figures standing upon pedestals. Measurements are indicated. Above is a sketch of a left wing with a gaine with the bust of a bearded man carrying a flower basket upon the head, upon the pedestal. Below at left is a palm for a niche. Verso: sketches of plans in ink.

Backdrop of stage setting

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Backdrop of stage setting.
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