View of Belton, English School, c.1720 on the West...

 
 
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GILBERT, 4th EARL OF COVENTRY WITH TWO HUNTSMEN IN A Landscape by John Wootton (c
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THE NORTH FRONT OF LYME PARK, English 18th century, post- conservation at Lyme Park
THE NORTH FRONT OF LYME PARK, English 18th century, post- conservation at Lyme Park
THE NORTH FRONT OF BELTON HOUSE after the house was remodelled by James Wyatt in the 1770s
THE NORTH FRONT OF BELTON HOUSE after the house was remodelled by James Wyatt in the 1770s
NORTH FRONT OF BELTON by John Buckler
NORTH FRONT OF BELTON by John Buckler
SIR ROWLAND WINN, 4TH BARONET, by Henry Pickering, 1752, in the Dining Room at Nostell Priory
SIR ROWLAND WINN, 4TH BARONET, by Henry Pickering, 1752, in the Dining Room at Nostell Priory
A watercolour of Holnicote House in the late 18th century with the south cross-wing added and a large oak tree in the foreground
A watercolour of Holnicote House in the late 18th century with the south cross-wing added and a large oak tree in the foreground
Portrait of the Hon. John Cust, later 1st Earl Brownlow (1779-1853) on the right,  and the Hon. Henry Cust (1780-1861) by John Hoppner, RA, (1758-1810),1795, in the Breakfast Room at Belton House.
Portrait of the Hon. John Cust, later 1st Earl Brownlow (1779-1853) on the right, and the Hon. Henry Cust (1780-1861) by John Hoppner, RA, (1758-1810),1795, in the Breakfast Room at Belton House.