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Filename: N060175.jpg

Size: 4029 x 4524 (16.8MB)

Date: 12th June 2017

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Archive

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Source: Historic England Archive

Job Title: Artist

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Houghton House N060175

HOUGHTON HOUSE, Ampthill, Bedfordshire. Cutaway reconstruction drawing by Stephen Conlin of the house as it may have appeared in 1767

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Media ID 13629308

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Architecture Georgian Graphic Illustration Stuart


EDITORS COMMENTS
Houghton House, Ampthill, Bedfordshire: A Georgian Masterpiece Revealed in a Cutaway Reconstruction Drawing by Stephen Conlin Stephen Conlin's captivating cutaway reconstruction drawing of Houghton House in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, offers a unique and intriguing glimpse into the architectural beauty and grandeur of this historic Georgian mansion. Dating back to the late 18th century, Houghton House is a stunning example of the elegant and ornate style that characterized the Georgian period in England. The meticulously detailed drawing invites us to explore the various levels and spaces within the house as if we were peering through its walls. We can see the grand entrance hall with its impressive staircase, the ornate plasterwork and decorative details adorning the ceilings and walls, and the various bedrooms and reception rooms arranged around the central core of the building. The exterior of the house is equally impressive, with its symmetrical facade, elegant columns, and intricate stonework. The drawing also reveals the extensive gardens and grounds that surrounded the house, complete with fountains, terraces, and winding paths. Stephen Conlin's reconstruction drawing is more than just a visual representation of Houghton House; it is a window into the past, allowing us to imagine the lives of the people who once lived and worked within its walls. It is a testament to the enduring beauty and significance of Georgian architecture and a reminder of the rich history and cultural heritage that can be found in the buildings and structures of England.

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