6 edition of Life in a Scottish country house found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DA566.9.B2 H37 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||90126640|
Summary: 'The Scottish Country House' chronicles a remarkable group of houses and castles that have survived the vicissitudes of Scotland's turbulent history and are still in the hands of their original families. Largely sourced from the archives of Country Life, they include a wide selection by Edwin Smith, one of the greatest architectural photographers of the 20th century. As well as detailed house plans and room interiors, there are paintings by Hogarth, Turner and Constable that show off country-house settings and their lavish decor, and oil Price: $
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Country Life in Scotland is the updated version of Scottish Country Life - the classic account of rural life in Scotland. Professor Alexander Fenton provides a vivid picture of the way in which the countryside has changed over the past years and the people who changed with it; their ways of working, their tools and equipment, their homes and way of life, and their/5(4).
The Scottish Country House will enthrall anyone with an interest in Scotland, history, architecture, or interior decoration—all wrapped in a compelling narrative of past lives and taste. Praise for The Scottish Country House: "If you like historic homes, this book is for you/5.
More than merely a book on glorious interiors, this appeals to any who also love Scotland, art, architecture, history, and the people whose stories unite them. This book is indeed a story, of ten extraordinary houses and castles, all but one still occupied by the families who built them.
The ten extraordinary houses and castles featured in this book have all survived the vicissitudes of Scotland’s history with almost all of their original families still in residence.
Each house also represents a landmark in Scotland’s architectural history, ranging from. I have recently read a book (and yes, I read it cover to cover!) that now has a prominent place on my library coffee table - The Scottish Country House, by James Knox. Weighing in at pounds, with pages, it is a beautiful focal point on my table.
Inside, it is full of page after page of gorgeous pictures by James Fennell. If you have a highland crush too, James Knox's lush book, The Scottish Country Home (Vendome Press) will appeal to your architecture and design spirit.
Knox focuses on ten impressive homes and castles from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, detailing their historical significance, architectural style and offering a variety of fascinating stories from their descendants, many whom still. Top 10 books about the Scottish Highlands and Islands Remote yet magnetic, the rugged environments of Scotland’s north have been inspiring Author: Kerry Andrew.
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Mary Miers commutes between her home in the Scottish Highlands and England, where she works as the Fine Arts and Books Editor for Country Life magazine. Her books include: ' The English Country House ’ (Rizzoli); ' Highlands and Islands; an anthology of poetry of place ’ (Eland); and ' The Western Seaboard; an illustrated architectural guide ’ (Rutland Press)/5(20).
The Scottish Country House will enthrall anyone with an interest in Scotland, history, architecture, or interior decoration—all wrapped in a compelling narrative of past lives and taste. James Knox, a native of Ayrshire, is a literary historian, editor, and critic. In Howards End, Mrs Wilcox, whose only passion in life is her country house with its nine windows, five acres and wych-elm, asks that it be left to Margaret Schlegel.
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The Scottish Country House will enthrall anyone with an interest in Scotland, history, architecture, or interior decoration—all wrapped in a compelling narrative of past lives and taste.
Praise for The Scottish Country House: "If you like historic homes, this book is for you. In this book, Scottish Life contributor Terry J. Williams follows the route of the drovers and their cattle from the Outer Hebrides to the Highland marts. Traveling by campervan and armed with a voice recorder, a collection of archive photographs and a set of maps marked with the old market stances, she seeks out the last surviving drovers.
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Praise for The Scottish Country House: andquot;If you like historic homes, this book is for you. The Scottish Country House takes Man-that's you "dear" reader into ten Scottish houses rich with the history and traditions of a n ancient "land of the Gael s." Part history book and house book-a combination I savoir-and prefer to the mass decorating picture books-this one settles you in-conjuring house and inhabitants.
The book celebrates the enduring legacy of the English country house and the families who for centuries have been guardians of their fate. For the aficionado of architecture, interiors, history or way of life, this is a keeper for your collection.Life in the Country House in Georgian Ireland by Patricia McCarthy review.
Over-indulgence in alcohol and noisy use of the chamberpot characterised social life among the not-so-genteel Georgian Author: Robert O'byrne.The development of the Palladian country house in the seventeenth century separated the family of the householder from the servants.
Gentry families spent much of their time visiting family, friends or neighbours and hospitality was an important part of life. Major .