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John Rylands Library BL15862 Featured Interiors Print

John Rylands Library BL15862

JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Deansgate, Manchester. Interior view, showing a staircase and architectural details as seen from a half-landing. The library was completed in 1899 to the designs of architect Basil Champneys, and was commissioned by Enriqueta Augustina Rylands in memory of her late husband. The library is a fine example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Co. in 1900

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John Rylands Library, Manchester A42_01435 Featured Interiors Print

John Rylands Library, Manchester A42_01435

JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, Manchester. Interior view. A staircase in the John Rylands Library in the University of Manchester. It was endowed in memory of John Rylands, a textile manufacturer, and built in the Gothic style to the designs of Basil Champneys between 1890 and 1899. Photographed by G. B. Wood in 1942

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Bridgewater House, London DD56_00034 Featured Interiors Print

Bridgewater House, London DD56_00034

BRIDGEWATER HOUSE, Westminster, London. Interior view. Before the First World War Bridgewater House contained the finest private picture gallery in England, admitting visitors on Wednesdays and Saturdays after previous application in writing. Lady Ellesmere's Boudoir (shown here) was not open to the public when the family were in residence. The circular painting is a Raphael Holy Family known as Madonna with the Palm Tree, and to its right Raphael's The Madonna del Passeggio, both now on display in the National Gallery of Scotland. To the left is a studio copy of Raphael's Madonna with the Blue Diadem (the original is in the Louvre). Photographed by Newton and Co (1890-1914)

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