Detail of large pietra dura cabinet in the Drawing...

 
 
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`THE LUCY SISTERS' by the C17th English School, after conservation by Simon Folkes
`THE LUCY SISTERS' by the C17th English School, after conservation by Simon Folkes
SIR THOMAS LUCY (d.1640) AND ALICE SPENCER, LADY LUCY (d.1648) WITH SEVEN OF THEIR THIRTEEN CHILDREN, said to be after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson).
SIR THOMAS LUCY (d.1640) AND ALICE SPENCER, LADY LUCY (d.1648) WITH SEVEN OF THEIR THIRTEEN CHILDREN, said to be after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson).
CONSTANCE (5years), MARGARET (3 years), ROBERT (2 years) AND RICHARD (1 year) - THE CHILDREN OF SIR THOMAS LUCY AND ALICE SPENCER, 1619, 17th century English, Anon
CONSTANCE (5years), MARGARET (3 years), ROBERT (2 years) AND RICHARD (1 year) - THE CHILDREN OF SIR THOMAS LUCY AND ALICE SPENCER, 1619, 17th century English, Anon
SIR THOMAS LUCY by William Larkin (fl c.1609-d.1619) from Charlecote Park.
SIR THOMAS LUCY by William Larkin (fl c.1609-d.1619) from Charlecote Park.
A detailed close up of the embossed leather that covers the walls in the East Hall
A detailed close up of the embossed leather that covers the walls in the East Hall
WILLIAM BLATHWAYT portrait by Michael Dahl (1656-1743) oil on canvas, in the Great Hall at Dyrham Park
WILLIAM BLATHWAYT portrait by Michael Dahl (1656-1743) oil on canvas, in the Great Hall at Dyrham Park
A VIEW OF GREENWICH, by Hendrick Dankerts, (c.1625-1679)
A VIEW OF GREENWICH, by Hendrick Dankerts, (c.1625-1679)
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF CLANDON by Leendert Knyff (1650-1722) in The Green Damask Room at Clandon Park C/P/37
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF CLANDON by Leendert Knyff (1650-1722) in The Green Damask Room at Clandon Park C/P/37