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Georgian Buildings Collection (#2)

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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: Buckingham Palace N110239

Buckingham Palace N110239
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, Buckingham Palace Road, City of Westminster, London. Interior view. Coloured aquatint dated 1817 by I Stephanoff

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: 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: 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: Coopers Hall, Bristol a98_04318

Coopers Hall, Bristol a98_04318
COOPERs HALL, King Street, Bristol. Perspective view of Coopers Hall, Bristol, with the first two gables of St Nicholas Almshouse just visible

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Park Crescent, Regents Park a98_07064

Park Crescent, Regents Park a98_07064
PARK CRESCENT, Regents Park, Westminster, London. View of Park Crescent in Regents Park. The Crescent was designed by John Nash as part of his commission from George IV to design terraces around

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: Harewood House BL10369

Harewood House BL10369
HAREWOOD HOUSE, West Yorkshire. The Gallery at Harewood House was designed by Robert Adam. Recorded as the library in the Bedford Lemere daybook when photographed here in 1890

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: St Marys Church, Mistley J920118

St Marys Church, Mistley J920118
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London. " South-West View of the Parish Church of Mistley in Essex". 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: Northington Grange N080920

Northington Grange N080920
NORTHINGTON GRANGE, Hampshire. Panoramic view. Created between 1804 and 1809, Northington Grange is the foremost example of Greek Revival style in England

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: Tea House Bridge at Audley End M070389

Tea House Bridge at Audley End M070389
AUDLEY END HOUSE AND GARDENS, Essex. View from the Elysian Garden looking towards the Tea House Bridge, built during the 1780s

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Witley Court N071303

Witley Court N071303
WITLEY COURT AND GARDENS, Worcestershire. The South Portico, added by John Nash in the early nineteenth century

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Marble Arch N071208

Marble Arch N071208
MARBLE ARCH, London. General view. Designed by John Nash and built in 1828

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Horse Guards N040011

Horse Guards N040011
HORSE GUARDS, Whitehall, London. General view across the parade ground with the London Eye in the background. Horse Guards was designed by William Kent in the Palladian style

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Georgian Pump Room, Bath K991538

Georgian Pump Room, Bath K991538
GEORGIAN PUMP ROOM, Bath. Stall Street entrance to baths (view of pediment with inscription)

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Guildhall, Bath K991508

Guildhall, Bath K991508
GUILDHALL, Bath. Exterior of the Guildhall showing frieze

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Somerset House N071121

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

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Chiswick House J040114

Chiswick House J040114
CHISWICK HOUSE, Hounslow, London. Interior view of the Palladian style first floor link building

Background imageGeorgian Buildings Collection: Holbourne Museum of Art

Holbourne Museum of Art
The grade I listed building was originally a smart hostelry, the Sydney Hotel. Bath, Somerset. IoE 443742

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



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