This architectural drawing was designed by John Cruden a famous architect and surveyor od the mid to late 1700s. This print comes from a particular book by Cruden called 'Cabinet-Maker's Darling' published in 1765. It contains twenty-six plates with sixty different designs all depicting various styles of architecture. This plate refrences Cruden's most quintessential style of Palladinesque buildings. He designed building around London such as Boodle's Club on St James's Street in 1776-6. Although small, this print is intricately detailed with colour and small forms. It is sold in a grey frame.
John Cruden 18th Century Architectural Print
Print on original paper
30 x 22 cm