London's country house collections
Scala Publications in association with English Heritage, 1993 - Architecture - 144 pages
Describes the collections of artwork and furniture of four restored English houses: Ranger's House, Chiswick House, Marble Hill House, and the Iveagh bequest at Kenwood House
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1st Earl 3rd Earl 4th Earl acquired admired architect architectural artist attributed Bedchamber Blue Velvet Room bust Canvas Catherine Knevet century Charles Chatsworth Chesterfield Chiswick House cm Inv.no.iBKi commissioned Countess court daughter decoration designed Devonshire Duke Dyck Earl of Suffolk early eighteenth-century Elizabeth England English Engraving exhibited full-length portraits furniture gardens George Giovanni Paolo Panini Green Velvet Room Guido Reni hang height Henrietta Howard historic house hung included Inigo Jones inventory of 1767 Italian Jacobean James John Joshua Reynolds Kenwood landscape Larkin died 1619 later London Lord Burlington Lord Iveagh Mansfield Marble Hill House married Mary Moore Museum original overmantels painter Palladian panel Panini Park patron purchased Queen Ranger's House Red Velvet Room Rembrandt reveals Reynolds's Robert Adam Romney Royal Academy Rysbrack Saloon sculpture Sebastiano Ricci sister studio Suffolk Collection Thomas Gainsborough Thomas Gainsborough 1727-88 Twickenham Venus Viscount visitors William Kent William Larkin William Larkin died