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West view of the Capitol.
Subject:Hallet, Étienne Sulpice, 1755-1825, Hallet, Stephen, 1755-1825, Works on paper, Drawing, Architectural, Competitions, Capitol Hill (Washington, D.C.)
Creator:Hallet, Stephen, 1755-1825 (Hallet, Étienne Sulpice, 1755-1825)
Description:West view of the Capitol. Elevation. Not signed or dated. Single sheet of creme paper with pricked guide points, pen, and iron gall ink washes and pen and black ink. Stephen Hallet (Étienne Sulpice Hallet). United States Capitol drawing competition, 1792.
Date of Original:Unknown
Collection:Works on paper, Drawing--Architectural, Museum Department
Type/Size:Image; 24.46 x 47.14 cm.
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