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90/317-66 Architectural drawing, detail of gates Bank of New South Wales Scone, paper, Cyril Ruwald, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1937. Click to enlarge.

Architectural drawing Bank of NSW Scone

Designed
Cyril Christian Ruwald (1895-1959) was one of several architects who designed hotels for Tooth & Co during the 1930s and 1940s. Born in Redfern, Sydney, Ruwald attended Sydney Technical College and was indentured to the architects Waterhouse and Lake. In 1917 Ruwald enlisted in the Field Artillery Brigade and sailed for France, where he served during 1918.

During the 1920s Ruwald worked with Reg Prevost, a noted patron of young architects including Sydney Ancher, before spending time in …

Summary

Object No.

90/317-66

Object Statement

Architectural drawing, detail of gates Bank of New South Wales Scone, paper, Cyril Ruwald, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1937

Physical Description

A pencil drawing showing details of the wrought iron gates for the new premises of Bank of NSW in Scone. The drawing is outlined in lead pencil with measurements and notations also in lead pencil.

Marks

Title to the left of the drawing reads 'NEW PREMISES SCONE / BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES / DETAIL OF W.I GATES TO / MAIN ENTRANCE / SCALE 1 1/2" = 1 FOOT'.

Dimensions

Height

510 mm

Width

420 mm

Production

Notes

The drawing was produced by Cyril C Ruwald, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

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Architectural drawing Bank of NSW Scone 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 October 2021, <https://ma.as/104656>

Wikipedia

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