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Background imagePalladian Collection: Came House xa00271

Came House xa00271
Came House, Winterborne Came, Dorset. The house dates from 1754. Watercolour painting of the NW Elevation by A T Phillips, 1949. From the RCHME Inventory Notes for Winterborne Came

Background imagePalladian Collection: DCLI recruiting march, Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. Friday 2nd July 1915

DCLI recruiting march, Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. Friday 2nd July 1915
Soldiers of the Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry on the lawn in front of Carclew House, at ease during a recruitment march. Instruments of their military band are in the background

Background imagePalladian Collection: Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912

Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912
Main facade of Carclew House from the lawns. Originally owned by the Bonython family, the house and estate were purchased by William Lemon in 1739 who employed the architect Thomas Edwards to enlarge

Background imagePalladian Collection: Pulteney Bridge reflected in the River Avon, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Somerset

Pulteney Bridge reflected in the River Avon, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalladian Collection: Bath Weir and Pulteney Bridge on the River Avon, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Bath Weir and Pulteney Bridge on the River Avon, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalladian Collection: Bath Weir and Pulteney Bridge on the River Avon, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Bath Weir and Pulteney Bridge on the River Avon, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalladian Collection: Holkham Hall, Norfolk, England, UK

Holkham Hall, Norfolk, England, UK

Background imagePalladian Collection: Claverton Street Chapel, Pimlico, London

Claverton Street Chapel, Pimlico, London (now demolished)

Background imagePalladian Collection: Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. Probably 1912

Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. Probably 1912
The courtyard and carriage block at Carclew House. Originally owned by the Bonython family, the house and estate were purchased by William Lemon (1696-1760)

Background imagePalladian Collection: Drawing Room, Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912

Drawing Room, Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912
The drawing room at Carclew House. Originally owned by the Bonython family, the house and estate were purchased by William Lemon (1696-1760)

Background imagePalladian Collection: Entrance hall of Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912

Entrance hall of Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912
The entrance hall at Carclew House. Originally owned by the Bonython family, the house and estate were purchased by William Lemon (1696-1760)

Background imagePalladian Collection: Pulteney Bridge, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Avon, Somerset, England, United Kingdom

Pulteney Bridge, Bath, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Avon, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalladian Collection: The chain gardens at Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912

The chain gardens at Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912
Originally owned by the Bonython family, the house and estate were purchased by William Lemon (1696-1760) in 1749 who employed the architect Thomas Edwards to enlarge

Background imagePalladian Collection: The lily pond with rowing boat at Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912

The lily pond with rowing boat at Carclew House, Mylor, Cornwall. 15th March 1912
Originally owned by the Bonython family, the house and estate were purchased by William Lemon (1696-1760) in 1749 who employed the architect Thomas Edwards to enlarge

Background imagePalladian Collection: The Lodge, Carclew, Mylor, Cornwall. April 1928

The Lodge, Carclew, Mylor, Cornwall. April 1928
View of the grade II listed lodge at the start of the entrance driveway leading to Carclew House, on the road between Perranarworthal and Mylor Bridge

Background imagePalladian Collection: Horse Guards, City of Westminster, London, England

Horse Guards, City of Westminster, London, England
6317588 Horse Guards, City of Westminster, London, England by English School, (19th century); (add.info.: Horse Guards, City of Westminster, London, England, 19th century)

Background imagePalladian Collection: Broadlands, from Ackermanns Repository of Arts, 1825 (colour litho)

Broadlands, from Ackermanns Repository of Arts, 1825 (colour litho)
STC119578 Broadlands, from Ackermanns Repository of Arts, 1825 (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: seat of the Rt. Hon)

Background imagePalladian Collection: Chiswick House, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Chiswick House, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalladian Collection: View of The Royal Horseguards, and colorful flowerbed, London, England, United Kingdom

View of The Royal Horseguards, and colorful flowerbed, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePalladian Collection: Moor Park, Hertfordshire

Moor Park, Hertfordshire
Moor Park, near Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. Date: circa 1770

Background imagePalladian Collection: Kedleston House / 1780

Kedleston House / 1780
Kedleston House, Derbyshire: seat of Lord Scarsdale

Background imagePalladian Collection: Radnor House Sevenoaks 33810_046

Radnor House Sevenoaks 33810_046
Palladian villa now Radnor House Sevenoaks School, Combe Bank Drive, Sundridge, Sevenoaks, Kent, 2019

Background imagePalladian Collection: Cambridge House, Piccadilly, the town residence of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Cambridge House, Piccadilly, the town residence of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Cambridge House, Piccadilly, the town residence of Lord Palmerston, 1865. Cambridge House, or rather, as Lord Palmerston, in dating his letters, preferred to style his town residence, 94, Piccadilly

Background imagePalladian Collection: Demolition site with Palladian villa in the background, c.1820. Creator: Prosper Barbot

Demolition site with Palladian villa in the background, c.1820. Creator: Prosper Barbot
Demolition site with Palladian villa in the background, c.1820

Background imagePalladian Collection: View of the Mansion House in London, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

View of the Mansion House in London, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
View of the Mansion House in London, 1751

Background imagePalladian Collection: View of the Mansion House in London, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

View of the Mansion House in London, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
View of the Mansion House in London, 1751

Background imagePalladian Collection: View of the Mansion House in London, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles

View of the Mansion House in London, 1751. Creator: Thomas Bowles
View of the Mansion House in London, 1751

Background imagePalladian Collection: View of the Mansion House in London, 1745-1775. Creator: Unknown

View of the Mansion House in London, 1745-1775. Creator: Unknown
View of the Mansion House in London, 1745-1775

Background imagePalladian Collection: View of the Mansion House in London, 1700-1799. Creator: Unknown

View of the Mansion House in London, 1700-1799. Creator: Unknown
View of the Mansion House in London, 1700-1799

Background imagePalladian Collection: S.E. view of the mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown

S.E. view of the mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown
S.E. view of the mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915

Background imagePalladian Collection: S.W. view of the mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown

S.W. view of the mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: Unknown
S.W. view of the mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915

Background imagePalladian Collection: The Old kitchen fireplace, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: William H. Jackson

The Old kitchen fireplace, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: William H. Jackson
The Old kitchen fireplace, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915

Background imagePalladian Collection: The Library piazza and the south colonnade, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915

The Library piazza and the south colonnade, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: William H. Jackson
The Library piazza and the south colonnade, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915

Background imagePalladian Collection: East portico, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: William H. Jackson

East portico, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915. Creator: William H. Jackson
East portico, Mt. Vernon, Va. between 1900 and 1915

Background imagePalladian Collection: S.W. [i.e. Southwest] view of the mansion at Mt. Vernon, c.between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Unknown

S.W. [i.e. Southwest] view of the mansion at Mt. Vernon, c.between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Unknown
S.W. [i.e. Southwest] view of the mansion at Mt. Vernon, c.between 1910 and 1920

Background imagePalladian Collection: Old Custom House, Norfolk, Va. c1905. Creator: Unknown

Old Custom House, Norfolk, Va. c1905. Creator: Unknown
Old Custom House, Norfolk, Va. c1905

Background imagePalladian Collection: An Ornate Ceiling with an Allegory of Spring, 1790/1815. Creator: Giacomo Antonio Domenico Quarenghi

An Ornate Ceiling with an Allegory of Spring, 1790/1815. Creator: Giacomo Antonio Domenico Quarenghi
An Ornate Ceiling with an Allegory of Spring, 1790/1815

Background imagePalladian Collection: The Piazza of Saint Peter's Seen through an Arch of the Basilica, 1778/1779

The Piazza of Saint Peter's Seen through an Arch of the Basilica, 1778/1779

Background imagePalladian Collection: 'Rock Rose, ' Edward K. Rowland house, 200 Pine Tree Road, Radnor, Pennsylvania, 1920

"Rock Rose, " Edward K. Rowland house, 200 Pine Tree Road, Radnor, Pennsylvania, 1920. House Architecture: Zantziner, Borie & Medary

Background imagePalladian Collection: 'Rock Rose, ' Edward K. Rowland house, 200 Pine Tree Road, Radnor, Pennsylvania, 1920

"Rock Rose, " Edward K. Rowland house, 200 Pine Tree Road, Radnor, Pennsylvania, 1920. House Architecture: Zantziner, Borie & Medary

Background imagePalladian Collection: 'Battersea, ' Petersburg vicinity, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1939

"Battersea, " Petersburg vicinity, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1939. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
"Battersea, " Petersburg vicinity, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1939

Background imagePalladian Collection: Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933

Background imagePalladian Collection: Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933

Background imagePalladian Collection: Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933

Background imagePalladian Collection: Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Battersea, Petersburg vic. Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1933

Background imagePalladian Collection: Wales house, Petersburg vicinity, Dinwiddie Co. Virginia, between 1933 and 1940

Wales house, Petersburg vicinity, Dinwiddie Co. Virginia, between 1933 and 1940. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Wales house, Petersburg vicinity, Dinwiddie Co. Virginia, between 1933 and 1940. Carnegie Survey of Architecture of the South

Background imagePalladian Collection: Maison du Duc d'Orléans à Twickenham, published August 1, 1816

Maison du Duc d'Orléans à Twickenham, published August 1, 1816. Creator: Joseph Constantine Stadler
Maison du Duc d'Orleans a Twickenham, published August 1, 1816

Background imagePalladian Collection: Bridgewater House - architect, Charles Barry, Esq. R.A. 1850. Creator: Unknown

Bridgewater House - architect, Charles Barry, Esq. R.A. 1850. Creator: Unknown
Bridgewater House - architect, Charles Barry, Esq. R.A. 1850. Cleveland House in London was re-designed in the Palazzo style by Sir Charles Barry




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"Palladian: A Glimpse into Architectural Elegance and Timeless Beauty" Step into the enchanting world architecture, where grandeur meets sophistication. From the majestic Came House xa00271 to the picturesque Pulteney Bridge reflected in the tranquil waters of River Avon, Bath, this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Somerset is a true testament to architectural brilliance. Travel further down to Carclew House in Cornwall, where on that fateful day of 15th March 1912, history was captured through its walls. The stunning Holkham Hall in Norfolk stands tall as a symbol of opulence and grace. Immerse yourself in the drawing room at Carclew House, adorned with timeless elegance on that same date - an oasis of refinement amidst Cornwall's natural beauty. As you step foot into its entrance hall, be prepared to be transported back in time to an era filled with splendor and charm. The Bath Weir and Pulteney Bridge continue their reign as iconic landmarks within this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Their architectural prowess leaves visitors awe-inspired by their magnificence. Venturing beyond Cornwall's borders brings us to Claverton Street Chapel nestled within London's vibrant neighborhood of Pimlico. This hidden gem showcases Palladian influence even amidst bustling city life. Lastly, we witness history unfold at Carclew House once again on Friday 2nd July 1915 during the DCLI recruiting march. These hallowed grounds witnessed moments that shaped nations and lives forever. Palladian architecture continues to captivate hearts worldwide with its harmonious blend of classical elements and timeless design principles. Each structure mentioned here serves as a reminder that beauty transcends time – leaving us breathless with every glance.