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Choose from 326 pictures in our English Gardens collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Chiswick House engraving N110153 Featured English Gardens Print

Chiswick House engraving N110153

CHISWICK HOUSE, Burlington Lane, Hounslow, London. "A view of the back part of the Cassina and part of the Serpentine River terminated by the cascade in the garden of the Earl of Burlington at Chiswick." Caption also in French. The Cassina (Little House) is also known as the Bagnio (Bath House). The Serpentine River was created by landscaping and canalising the Bollo Brook. Engraving dated 1750. MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION

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Mount Grace Priory K021701 Featured English Gardens Print

Mount Grace Priory K021701

MOUNT GRACE PRIORY, Northallerton, North Yorkshire. View of the Manor House at Mount Grace Priory from the north west with the garden pond in the foreground. The Manor House was built in 1654 by Thomas Lascelles in the ruins of the Carthusian monastery. In 1900-01 it was refitted and enlarged by Sir Lowthian Bell, grandfather of the noted explorer, archaeologist and diplomat Gertrude Bell (1868-1926). Some of the Arts and Crafts interiors have recently been restored by English Heritage

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Gertrude Jekyll c.1901 OP01502 Featured English Gardens Print

Gertrude Jekyll c.1901 OP01502

The garden designer, Gertrude Jekyll, beside the terrace bridge at Deanery Garden, Sonning, The Deanery (or Deanery Garden) is a house designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in Sonning, Berkshire. Sir Edwin Lutyens built the house for Edward Hudson, owner of Country Life, in 1901. The garden was an example of his collaboration with Gertrude Jekyll. Photographed by Maxwell-Lyte, c.1901

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