RIBA South East

Clandon Park

Clandon House

Giacomo Leoni and John Rysbrack (1733)
Copyright: Edwin Smith/RIBA Library Photographs Collection

Clandon Park is an outstanding example of Palladian architecture in the South East of England. It was designed by the Italian architect Giacomo Leoni and was built between 1713 and 1729.

For further information on Clandon Park see the selected bibliographical information below. The RIBA Library has a wealth of resources, including books, periodicals, drawings and photographs to discover more about Palladian architecture in Britain.

Selected bibliographical references:

  • Cornforth, John, Clandon Park revisited. Country Life, vol. 146, no. 3796, 1969 Dec 4, p. 1456-1460; vol. 146, no. 3797, 1969 Dec 11, p. 1582-1586.
  • Hussey, Christopher, English country houses: early Georgian 1715-1760. Rev. ed. London: Country Life, 1965, pp. 97-103.
  • Musgrave, Clifford, Clandon Park, Surrey, The Connoisseur, vol. 181, no. 729, 1972 Nov., p. 153-162.
  • Tipping, H. Avray, Clandon Park, Surrey, Country Life, vol. 62, no. 1599, 1927 Sep 10, p. 366-372; vol. 62, no. 1600, 1927 Sep 17, p. 398-404; vol. 62, no. 1601, 1927 Sep 24, p. 434-440.

RIBAPIX images:

The RIBA's Library's digital database, ribapix, is constantly expanding. Why not use www.ribapix.com to explore Clandon Park.


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Clandon Park

West Clandon