RICHARDSON, George. Hurlingham, near Fulham in Middlesex, the Seat of John Ellis, Esq. Printed By T. Bensley, … For The Author, 1808.
Two aquatint plates (522 x 360 mm., sheet size), showing Hurlingham House (now the Hurlingham Club) for John Ellis, designed by George Byfield (c. 1756-1813), and built between 1797 and 1798. Colvin notes that, 'At the time of his death Byfield was described as 'an eminent architect, who has built several Goals, and for many years has made this branch of his profession his particular study'. In addition he designed or made alterations to a number of country houses in Worcestershire
Plan of the principal story (300 x 392 mm., to the platemark), elevation of the principal front (290 x 475 mm., to the platemark).