& SOME MORE PHOTOGRAPHS OF ARCHITECTURE

Ashmolean The Chantrey Wall, located on the stair that connects the Asian galleries on the 1st floor with the Roman and Greek Galleries on the ground floor. All busts by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey. The wall as a whole, with the bust layout in a symmetric arrangement along diagonal lines is stunning although it could be argued that in practical terms is not the best way to exhibit these pieces, because some are really difficult to see without binoculars. Some years ago when the museum was in planning I analysed the natural daylight for this space using an Ecotect model.

Ashmolean
The Chantrey Wall, located on the stair that connects the Asian galleries on the 1st floor with the Roman and Greek Galleries on the ground floor. All busts by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey. The wall as a whole, with the bust layout in a symmetric arrangement along diagonal lines is stunning although it could be argued that in practical terms is not the best way to exhibit these pieces, because some are really difficult to see without binoculars.
Some years ago when the museum was in planning I analysed the natural daylight for this space using an Ecotect model.