A C R O T E R I O N on Instagram: “Cottesbrooke Hall, Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire, completed 1713 by Sir John Langham and home to the Woolavington Collection, one of the…”
962 Likes, 16 Comments - A C R O T E R I O N (@a_c_r_o_t_e_r_i_o_n) on Instagram: “Cottesbrooke Hall, Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire, completed 1713 by Sir John Langham and home to…”
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Welcome to Kelmarsh Hall & Gardens, Northamptonshire
Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire - Built for the Hanbury family in the 1730s by virtuoso architect, James Gibbs & builder, Francis Smith of Warwick. One other arbiter of fashion to leave her mark on the Hall was society decorator Nancy Lancaster. Drawn by the house’s fine bone structure, her taste for combining comfort with formality set the trend for the 20th Century’s Country House look. Her spirit pervades the house today in the delicate terracotta colouring of the Great Hall
David Hepher at Kings Place
David Hepher, La Francaise, 1985 Eric Ravilious, Vicarage, 1935 The view today Artists leave a legacy beyond the inventory of their work and the story of their lives. The influence of artists who have been dead a half-century or more can still be seen in the work of living painters and sculptors - and not just in the work. As David Hepher explained in Saffron Walden the other day: in his case it was probably the fact that he knew Eric Ravilious that made him become a painter at all. Since…
‘The Dairy, Fawley Court’, John Piper, 1940 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Dairy, Fawley Court’, John Piper, 1940 Piper lived near this Romanesque building in Oxfordshire. In 1940 he was beginning to make works of art out of his interest in British architecture. This is one of many drawings in which he imitated the monochrome but very clear studies by John Sell Cotman, who had drawn churches in Norfolk early in the nineteenth century. It is disappointing that it was such a modest painting as this that was the first of Piper’s works to be…
JHW Fine Art | London
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