Sketch #1 inscribed: Oak chest in Cluny Museum Sketch #2 moulding inscribed: this moulding is merely engraved, almost no modelling and has splendid effect Sketch #3 inscribed: Moulding on another chest. Also kept very flat and practically no modelling at all Sketch #4 inscribed: this is reversed at the other side of center which has a flat leaf carved on. All ornament is very flat almost engraving.
Inscribed in pencil on upper right: the two moldings are entirely gilded and what I specially noticed was the way the carving was seperated (sic) from the ground, not only being undercut deeply but as a rule entirely cut away from the shell proper. effect of light and shade produced is stunning In pencil, l.l.: this panel is in glazed terra cotta / white and blue as most of lucca / della robbia's are ; ground of carving / 7/8" back of face of/ moulding
Inscribed upper right: In Eglise de Moissac Inscribed l.l.: Font in S. Euroult Montfort Inscription lower right corner: this museum is one of the most complete in collection of casts in existance especially the Medieval periods of work are well represented
Inscribed: And Iron, Pincers, and Shovel to Fireplace in 2nd Salon all in wro't iron Sketch top right is marked: Lock plate and Wro't Iron to Old Chest Sketch lower right marked: Wro't Iron Lock plate to an Old Chest
Pattern between sketches 4 and 5 noted: these are not cut as Byzantine leaves generally are but like this; arrow points to detail: no groove in the center Notation referring to moulding between sketches 2 and 3: these mouldings run right down and between Bases. A little head forms check block
Sketch #1 titled: Pull to a door Maison Jacques Coeur Bourges May 3rd 91 Sketch #2 inscribed, top right: Base to a Pier of the open arcade 1st floor Maison Jacques Coeur May 3rd 91 Noted: this Base is about on a line with the eye ; Plan of Pier is sketched at right Sketch #3 noted: A Window Sill to Maison J. Coeur
Capital marked: this cap is very effective Statue marked: Foot of a statue Base marked: Leaf broken away Shaft marked: this is one of the most effective mouldings I have seen Notations re shaft #3: Divided into 3 1/4" squares recessed about 1/2" and modelled to thinner thickness towards straight line. Also this one looks very well. the last is something like the moulding I saw on front entrance to S. Zeno in . Sketch #2 titled, l.l.: Part Section thr'o Jamb Sketch #3 notations referring to sketch #1: Full Size of A; Full Size of B