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Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Royal Crescent, Bath K991510

The Royal Crescent, Bath K991510
THE ROYAL CRESCENT, Bath. Exterior of Nos 4 - 8

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich N060940

The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich N060940
OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE, Greenwich, London. An aerial view of the baroque Naval College, Queens House, National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Park with The Royal Observatory

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Brunswick Square, Hove, Brighton N071030

Brunswick Square, Hove, Brighton N071030
BRUNSWICK SQUARE, Hove, Brighton, East Sussex. Exterior detail, west elevation

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Smeatons Tower N080736

Smeatons Tower N080736
SMEATONs TOWER, The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon. View of Smeatons Tower which was largely dismantled from Eddystone Rocks and reassembled on Plymouth Hoe as a memorial

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Clifton EPW005463

Clifton EPW005463
CLIFTON, Bristol. Aerial view of Clifton showing the Avon Gorge and Suspension Bridge photographed in March 1921. This area of Clifton includes a lot of Georgian

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Ashridge 29679_022

Ashridge 29679_022
Ashridge House, Little Gaddesden, Hertfordshire. Gothic Revival country house built by James Wyatt 1808-13. It is now used as a management college

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Auckland Castle Deer House N060112

Auckland Castle Deer House N060112
AUCKLAND CASTLE DEER HOUSE, Auckland Castle Deer Park, Durham. Exterior view. The Gothic Revival eyecatcher was built in 1760 in the park of the Bishops of Durham

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Luton Hoo 29680_022

Luton Hoo 29680_022
Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire. Country House originally designed by Robert Adam and begun in 1767. It was later remodelled by Robert Smirke c.1830

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol a98_04326

Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol a98_04326
ROYAL YORK CRESCENT, Clifton, Bristol. View of Royal York Crescent, Clifton, which dates from circa 1810-20. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945 - 1980

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Henham Hall a51_04963

Henham Hall a51_04963
Henham Hall, Henham Park, Suffolk. View of the south front, photographed in 1951 by Herbert Felton. Henham Hall was demolished in 1953

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Kirtlington Park CC56_00913

Kirtlington Park CC56_00913
KIRTLINGTON PARK, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire. Exterior view of handsome palladian house built for Sir James Dashwood in 1742-6 taken from the south east. Photographed by Henry Taunt

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Exeter 1942 BB42_00714

Exeter 1942 BB42_00714
Exeter, Devon. A perspective view of the Georgian facade of 27-32 Southernhay West in 1942. Bomb damage. The rest of the terrace has been destroyed as part of the Baedecker raids

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Somerset House N071121

Somerset House N071121
SOMERSET HOUSE, Strand, London. General view at night looking south

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Belsay Hall J850185

Belsay Hall J850185
BELSAY HALL, CASTLE & GARDENS, Northumberland. Interior view of the Pillar Hall

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Royal Crescent, Bath K991513

The Royal Crescent, Bath K991513
THE ROYAL CRESCENT, Bath, Avon. An oblique view of the Crescent showing its curvature with an ornate street lamp in the foreground

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Blaise Castle

Blaise Castle
Sham Castle c1766, set within the magnificent Blaise Estate, Bristol. IoE 379730

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Milton Abbey 29670_032

Milton Abbey 29670_032
Milton Abbey, Dorset. A georgian country house and the remains of the adjoining monastic church. The house is early Gothic Revival style, 1771-76 by Sir W Chambers and J Wyatt

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Marble Hill House J870440

Marble Hill House J870440
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Twickenham, Richmond, Middlesex. View of the South front

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Fort Cumberland N070043

Fort Cumberland N070043
FORT CUMBERLAND, Eastney, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Aerial view

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07

St Pauls Birmingham 18492_07
St Pauls Church, St Pauls Square, Birmingham, West Midlands. Built in 1776-9 to the designs of Roger Eykyn as the centrepiece of a fine square of town houses built for merchants

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Temple of the Four Winds 28331_042

Temple of the Four Winds 28331_042
Temple of the Four Winds, Castle Howard, North Yorkshire. One of the key garden buildings in Sir John Vanbrughs designed landscape

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Royal Crescent EPW001949

Royal Crescent EPW001949
BATH, Somerset. Aerial view of the Royal Crescent, Bath, built between 1767 and 1774 by John Wood. It is considered amongst the greatest examples of Georgian architecture. Photographed in July 1920

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Cassiobury House CC56_00850

Cassiobury House CC56_00850
CASSIOBURY HOUSE, Cassiobury Park, Watford, Hertfordshire. Looking towards the house from the south east. The Elizabethan mansion which was remodelled by Hugh May in 1675

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Chiswick House K020286

Chiswick House K020286
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. View looking up at two of the Corinthian capitals and part of the pediment of the entrance portico. Palladian style

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Rangers House K971702

Rangers House K971702
RANGERS HOUSE, Greenwich Park, London. A view of the front of the house through the gates

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Treasury, 1750s 6C_WHI_1750_A

The Treasury, 1750s 6C_WHI_1750_A
The Treasury in St James Park, Westminster, London. The Treasury was built 1733-36 by William Kent. Engraving of 1750 by B. Cole. Mayson Beeton Collection

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Dining room fireplace, Bath House, Piccadilly BL21168

Dining room fireplace, Bath House, Piccadilly BL21168
BATH HOUSE, 82 Piccadilly, London. Interior view. The fireplace in the dining room at Bath House. Commissioned by Sir Julius Wernher and photographed by H Bedford Lemere in March 1911

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Wrest Park House N110192

Wrest Park House N110192
WREST PARK HOUSE AND GARDENS, Bedfordshire. View from north west

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Radcliffe Camera, Oxford K991473

Radcliffe Camera, Oxford K991473
RADCLIFFE CAMERA, Oxford. Exterior view of the building

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Marble Hill House J010163

Marble Hill House J010163
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond, Twickenham, Middlesex. Exterior view of the South front at night

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Circus, Bath K991523

The Circus, Bath K991523
THE CIRCUS, Bath, Avon. An oblique view of one of the townhouse exteriors

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Marble Hill House DP371150

Marble Hill House DP371150
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond, Twickenham, Middlesex. General view of house from north west

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Marble Hill House DP371148

Marble Hill House DP371148
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond, Twickenham, Middlesex. General view of house from south east

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Assize Courts, York Castle IC121_005

Assize Courts, York Castle IC121_005
Reconstruction drawing showing an elevation of the grand east facade of the Assize Courts at York Castle, as it is likely to have looked after it was built in 1777. Terry Ball. April 1985

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Female Prison, York Castle IC121_003

Female Prison, York Castle IC121_003
Reconstruction drawing showing an elevation of the grand west facade of the Female Prison at York Castle, as it is likely to have looked after it was built in the early 1780s. Terry Ball. April 1985

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Youngsbury 29682_027

Youngsbury 29682_027
Youngsbury, Thundridge, Hertfordshire. Mid 18th century country house built in brick as a pedimented Palladian villa

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Sacombe House 29682_016

Sacombe House 29682_016
Sacombe House, Sacombe Park, Hertfordshire. Neo-classical Georgian country house built 1803-06. Restoration works are in progress

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Library, Kenwood House N130057

The Library, Kenwood House N130057
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. Interior view of the Robert Adam Library. 2013

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Kidderminster workshops a99_05229

Kidderminster workshops a99_05229
Queen Street, Kidderminster, Worcestershire. Houses with upper storey workshops. Queen Street was developed for cloth weavers in the late 18th century. A few of these buildings survive

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Southill Park 29690_021

Southill Park 29690_021
Southill Park, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. 18th century country house first built in brick around 1720. It was later remodelled and clad in stone by Henry Holland in the 1790s

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Stourhead JEH_00431_54b

Stourhead JEH_00431_54b
Stourhead, Wiltshire. Stourhead is best known for its landscape gardens, laid out between 1741 and 1780. The house was erected in the 1720s in the Palladian style

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Luton Hoo 29681_001

Luton Hoo 29681_001
Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire. First designed by Robert Adam and begun in 1767, it was later remodelled by Robert Smirke in around 1830 and again after 1903. It is now a country house hotel

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Castle Howard 28331_049

Castle Howard 28331_049
Castle Howard, North Yorkshire. The centrepiece in Sir John Vanbrughs great design, started in 1699 but still incomplete by Vanbrughs death in 1726

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Royal Pavilion, Brighton FF98_00165

Royal Pavilion, Brighton FF98_00165
ROYAL PAVILION, Brighton, East Sussex. Exterior view of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton showing the domes. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1960 and 1969

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Designs for Kenwood from Robert Adams Works J920129

Designs for Kenwood from Robert Adams Works J920129
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London. Architectural designs for Kenwood showing South Front details. Engraving from Robert ADAMs " Works"

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Clapham Orangery N050069

The Clapham Orangery N050069
THE CLAPHAM ORANGERY, Worsopp Drive, Lambeth, London. Neo-Classical Ionic portico behind railings with yellow flowers in foreground

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: The Countess of Suffolks Bedchamber, Marble Hill House J020052

The Countess of Suffolks Bedchamber, Marble Hill House J020052
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Middlesex. View of Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolks Bedchamber showing the bedstead with green decor and dressing table

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Scrapbook design of Audley End House interior J960215

Scrapbook design of Audley End House interior J960215
AUDLEY END HOUSE, Kent. Scrapbook architectural design details for the Little Drawing Room. Drawn by Placido COLUMBANI. Plate number 58



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