National Trust IV - East

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This catalogue includes some 2,200 oil paintings in 33 National Trust properties in Buckinghamshire and in the counties of the East of England, Suffolk, Norfolk, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. It includes the noteworthy Rothschild collections at Waddesdon Manor and Ascott in Buckinghamshire and those at Ickworth in Suffolk and Belton in Lincolnshire; as well as Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire which has the largest collection of oil paintings in a Trust property. It also includes the Norfolk properties of the fifteenth-century moated manor of Oxburgh Hall with its private chapel and retable, the superb Jacobean Blickling Hall and Felbrigg Hall. Paintings are also found in more unusual places including the King’s Head pub in Aylesbury, Mr Straw’s 1930s terraced house in Worksop, The Workhouse for the nineteenth-century poor in Southwell, the mediaeval Tattershall Castle and the historic house hotel of Hartwell in Buckinghamshire. Paintings ranging from Andrea del Sarto, Cuyp, Hobbema, Velázquez, Boucher, Bonington and Tissot are included.

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FulfillmentHeritage Digital
Dimensions23.5 cm x 29.5 cm
PublisherPublic Catalogue Foundation
CollectionArt UK

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