The rotunda at Woolbeding, designed by Philip Jebb to fill the place of a tulip tree that was blown over in the great storm of 1987.
The 'ruined abbey' at Woolbeding. ©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey
Croome Court by UltraPanavision on Flickr. The Rotunda, designed by 'Capability' Brown and built 1754-7.
A leaning folly Phyllis Odessey: A Garden Built For Two: Woolbeding
River god in the landscape garden at Woolbeding. ©National Trust Images/James Dobson
Rotunda Stowe Landscape Gardens built 1721 by Sir John Vanbrugh, Stowe, England. Statue of a gold leafed Venus under the rotunda.
View over the lake to the chinoiserie bridge in the landscape garden at Woolbedding, created
Croome Park - The Rotunda Croome is an 18th century landscape park, garden and mansion house in South Worcestershire, landscaped by Capability Brown.
Temple of the Winds, Mount Stewart, County Down, Northern Ireland. James Stuart
The Castlereagh Room, Mount Stewart. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond
The 18th century gardens at Woolbeding were reinterpreted by garden designers Lanning Roper in the 1980s
Nice placement with the trees kissing the temple. Nice soft edging on the turf. [no credits]
We are nearing the end of our #ThrowbackThursday posts (I know it's Friday-
Work by Armando at Oud Amelisweerd. ©Jeroen Wielaert/NOS
The rotunda of Venus (Aphrodite) in the English landscape gardens of Stowe, designed by Capability Brown. Buckingham, England
Broadwood Folly, Box Hill
Rokeby Park is a fine example of Palladian revival architecture. It was designed by its
The Chinese wallpaper in the State Dressing Room at Nostell Priory. ©National Trust Images
The chinoiserie bridge ...
#ThrowbackThursday posts from the #AttinghamSummerSchool continue with more from Week 3, Day 13
Le Château Champs sur Marne, Pavillion in the park grounds #Rococo
Part of 'Folly' by Fromental. ©Fromental
Coffee House settecentesca a villa Pisani, Stra
Celebrated the six-month anniversary of the #attinghamsummerschool #attingham2018 with a visit to
Bramham Park - Gothic Temple | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Part of 'Folly' by Fromental. ©Fromental
Today's #ThrowbackThursday post from the #AttinghamSummerSchool is from Day 16, July 17,
Schwetzingen, Kurf. Schloss und Schlossgarten, Apollotempel, 70093/5523
Dovecote at Nymans Garden , West Sussex
The foreground of one of the floral wallpapers at Oud Amelisweerd. ©DUIC
The High Great Chamber at Hardwick was designed to impress, and it still does.
36 Spectacular Hardtop Gazebo Ideas
The superlative pavilion by Thomas Archer at Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, built 1709-11. Unusually, many of the formal aspects of the landscape survived the ...
The Chinese wallpaper in the State Bedroom at Erddig. ©National Trust Images/Andreas
Rootwood bench at Woolbeding. ©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey
The Marble Hall at Kedleston was designed to impress visitors with a sense of Roman grandeur
Section of one of the floral wallpapers at Oud Amelisweerd. ©Erfgoed Utrecht
Bramham Park - Rotunda in snow - built circa 1700 - not something many of us can afford these days.
View towards one of the cedars at Woolbeding. ©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey
Summer School Co-Director Tessa Wild's gorgeous new book about William Morris and Red House
Section of a Chinese wallpaper from Eltham Lodge, probably hung during the second quarter of
The Collector Earl's Garden celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. Designed by Isabel and Julian
Garden Temple and Obelisk at Chiswick House. Erected in 1732, the Obelisk has…
Probably Pieter Breughel the Younger, The Massacre of the Innocents, at Upton House.
The Attingham Summer School will visit Elton Hall, near Peterborough this year, while based
Le Temple du Labyrinthe au centre d'un labyrinthe végétal (fabrique en pierre 1967
Centuries of rich culture expressed in interior design. The best chinese interiors to boost your
Figures crowning a statue of Hercules (from the Arch of Constantine), by Francis
I've been in denial and stretching out the end, so I missed #
Bookplate of Edith, Marchioness of Londonderry, incorporating a portrait by Philip de Laszlo.
Section of Chinese wallpaper at Uppark, West Sussex, NT 138490. © National Trust/Paul Highnam
The story runs that, one night, the inebriated Earl Fitzwilliam accepted a wager that he could not “drive a carriage through the eye of a needle”.
The Emperor Trajan sacrificing to Mars Victorious (from the Arch of Constantine), by
The Gothic summerhouse and the cascade. ©NTPL/Stephen Robson
Gardens Of The World, Longwood Gardens, Tennis, Soccer, Trainers, Hs Football
Detail of the partially cleaned Buckland self-portrait. ©National Trust Images/Hamilton
The Pantheon at Stourhead Gardens; One of the great examples of Palladian splendour is Henry Hoare's almost perfect landscape garden at Stourhead.
A view over the garden towards the south front of Standen, designed by Philip Webb
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The dining room at Standen. The fitted dresser was designed by Webb, and he
veitshoechheim castle | ... named grotto in the formal garden of the castle in Veitshöchheim
The North Gallery at Petworth. ©National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra
Villa Pisani (La Nazionale), Stra: the 'Coffee House' in the garden
Fragment of Chinese wallpaper at Uppark, West Sussex, showing how parts of various Chinese prints were added at the bottom. NT 138490.
Rotunda forms appear quite regularly in the follies of the British landscape.
Ribbon-tailed bird (shoudainiao) in a print attached to the bottom of a Chinese wallpaper sheet, at Uppark, NT 138490 © National Trust/Paul Highnam
Levens Hall Garden Folly Garden Pavilion, Garden Gates, Garden Structures, Outdoor Structures,
Chinese famille rose porcelain lidded vase, inv. no. 1245511, at Polesden Lacey
©National Trust Images/John Hammond
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Head and shoulders of a female figure collaged onto a section of the Chinese wallpaper at Uppark, NT 138490. © National Trust/Paul Highnam
25-04 - Gunnersbury Kiln Tower
View into the chapel. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel
Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens in The Lake District
Part of the Chinese wallpaper at Ightham Mote, showing how it was arranged slightly differently to the paper at Uppark. NT 825922.
The spangle bedroom at Knole. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel
Tree Houses, Bird Houses, Garden Structures, Neoclassical, Trellis, Pavilion, Cottages
Painted 'grotesque' decoration with tendrils, leaves and ribbons in the boudoir at Attingham
Pin by Andrei Ionut on Challenge references | Gazebo, Outdoor, Outdoor structures
Section of the Chinese wallpaper at Ightham Mote, Kent, NT 825922. © National Trust/Paul Highnam
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