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Audley End House K960861 Featured Audley End House Print

Audley End House K960861

AUDLEY END HOUSE, Saffron Walden, Essex. Gouache painting of the West front by an unknown artist showing the complete Elizabethan plan for the house. The entire forecourt has long-since vanished, and the cross range in the distance once stood on part of today's parterre garden. From the Audley End scrapbook (plate 68)

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The Saloon, Audley End House DD58_00096 Featured Audley End House Print

The Saloon, Audley End House DD58_00096

AUDLEY END HOUSE, Essex. Interior view. The saloon was created within the Jacobean House in the 1760s by Sir John Griffin Griffin to display the portraits of his ancestors, which can be seen here in their arched frames. The ornate plaster ceiling is decorated with ships and sea monsters. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere in 1891

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Audley End BL10624 Featured Audley End House Print

Audley End BL10624

The north entrance porch at Audley End, Audley Park, Saffron Walden, Essex. The image was taken for Lord Braybrooke, C C Neville, the owner of Audley End. The house was built 1605-1614 by John Thorpe and Bernard Janssen. The Bedford Lemere daybook contains the following statement: Built for Earl of Suffolk, Treasurer to James I. The Countess received large sums of money from Spain from which fund Audley End was chiefly built. The Architect was probably a relative of Cornelius Jansen, portrait painter

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