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Mansion House Doncaster a42_02596

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Mansion House Doncaster a42_02596

The Mansion House, High Street, Doncaster. A detailed view of a plaster motif in the minster gallery in the Ballroom of Mansion House. The mayoral residence was built for the Doncaster Corporation between 1746 and 1748 by James Paine, with additions made between 1801 and 1805 by William Lindley. The Ballroom was previously known as the Grand Room or the Banqueting Room, as referenced by Paine. It is sixty feet long, and thirty feet high and wide, and has an elaborate central doorway. Over the door is a minstrels gallery with a round-headed niche and balcony with bobbin balusters. The motif has a floral circle with music sheets and a string instrument in the centre, with garlands extanding from the left and right

Media ID 22140113

© Historic England Archive

Georgian Music


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