Architecture and Buildings
Sezincote – a monument to the way the British Empire looted India – or an inspiration for the Brighton Pavilion?
A few miles from Moreton-in-Marsh in the Cotswolds is a remarkable house built in 1805, known as Sezincote. With its Georgian adaptation of traditional Indian… Read More »Sezincote – a monument to the way the British Empire looted India – or an inspiration for the Brighton Pavilion?
It is a strange experience – moving to a new area (Sherborne in Dorset) and not being able to look around local places of interest… Read More »Sherborne Castle – a fascinating time capsule.
At first sight you would not expect to find much in New York which would resonate with a Georgian fanatic – but I am delighted… Read More »New York, New York – a Georgian cornucopia!
In my recent blog on Croome Park I mentioned the talks I will be giving on board the Boudicca as she sails serenely (I hope!)… Read More »Sudbury Hall – a Restoration masterpiece and a shoo-in for Pemberley.