1 edition of Catalogue of pictures & porcelain at Upton House, Banbury found in the catalog.
Catalogue of pictures & porcelain at Upton House, Banbury
|Statement||the catalogue of pictures edited by the Second Viscount Bearsted.|
|Contributions||Bearsted, Walter Horace Samuel, Viscount., National Trust.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
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The fortunes of the Upton estate were as varied as the changes of owners. Find out how it came into the hands of Lord Bearsted in Viscount Bearsted acquired Upton for entertaining and to house his important collections of art and porcelain. The Four Shires Borough House Marlborough Road Banbury, Oxfordshire OX16 5TH Tel: B oxham Deddington. Chipping Moreton Norton in Marsh .
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Catalogue of Pictures & Porcelain at Upton House Banbury [Bearstead, Second Viscount (ed.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Catalogue of Pictures & Porcelain at Author: Second Viscount (ed.) Bearstead. Upton is a long low house built of local yellow was considerably expanded from for the 2nd Viscount Bearsted by Morley Horder who retained the Carolean style appearance of the exterior while introducing some Art Deco elements in the interior, particularly in the bathroom for Lady Bearsted, where the walls are covered in aluminium on: near Banbury, Oxfordshire.
Upton House, originally built inbecame the home of Walter Samuel (–), 2nd Viscount Bearsted, the only son of Sir Marcus Samuel (–), 1st Viscount Bearsted, founder of the Shell Transport & Trading Co. Ltd, in It was remodelled to include a top-lit Picture Gallery and Location: near Banbury, Warwickshire OX15 6HT England.
Upton House It was remodelled by Percy Morley Horder in for Walter Samuel, the 2nd Viscount Bearsted, whose family founded the Shell Oil Company. Morley Horder’s alterations to Upton were made partly to Catalogue of pictures & porcelain at Upton House the Bearsted’s large art collection, partly to provide extra bedrooms, and partly to remove the effects of some 19th-century.
Catalogue of Pictures & Porcelain at Upton House Banbury: The Catalogue of Pictures There is a dampstain effecting the lower edges of the book mostly at the front endpapers and first few pages and much less so at the rear endpapers. This edition of the catalogue of the pictures belonging to the National Trust at Upton House is a.
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Catalogue Of The Art Collection, Volume 2 Paperback – Octo poor pictures or errant marks may have been introduced due to either the quality of the original work or the scanning process itself.
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Smith. Wyndham Francis Cook. Doughty House (London. Some photos of Upton House Near Banbury, Oxfordshire. (National Trust) LGWalks Home Page. The House overlooks a wide, flat lawn. On reaching the far side of it, you find yourself on the top of a steep valley side with a small lake in the bottom.
The valley side has been terraced with grassy. Upton house is looking particularly lovely with the s and 30s style decorations. There’s always such a nice atmosphere there. It’s a house you can imagine living in; unlike some of the more palatial NT properties which can often be filled with too much ostentatious bling.
William Beckford, MP ( - ), aged 21 25 Octoberpp. fig. 2 UptonThe 2nd Viscount Beartsed, Catalogue of Pictures and Porcelain at Upton House, Banbury [National Trust]p. 19, no. 68 Chapman Guy Chapman, A Bibliography of William Beckford of Fonthill, London,pp; Gore F. St John Gore.
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Mystery stolen porcelain returns to grand Upton House The person who spotted the items wishes to remain anonymous and is not an employee of the National Trust Fans of Upton House, Warwickshire, are celebrating the return of valuable Sèvres porcelain stolen over 40 years ago from the National Trust property.
See photos, profile pictures and albums from Westfield House - British Porcelain Artist Supplies.Estimate: £30 - £50 Description: Lithographic print of painting by Lorenzo Lotto entitled Andrea Odoni, originally painted (signed and dated )Among the pictures presented to Charles II () in by the States of Holland and West on canvas.
Portrait of the Humanist and antique dealer Andrea Odoni surrounded by his collection of antiques, coins and a book.Upton House is a country house in the civil parish of Ratley and Upton, in the English county of Warwickshire, about 7 miles northwest of Banbury, is in the care of the National Trust; the house was built on the site of the hamlet of Upton, destroyed in about when the land was cleared for estate passed through various hands until the early 16th century when it.