Designs for interior details, Southill Park House, Bedfordshire, for Samuel Whitbread I and Samuel Whitbread II: details of frame and mouldings for the pier glass in Mr Whitbread's room and mouldings for the tapestry panels

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RIBApix ref no RIBA95888
Architect/DesignerHolland, Henry (1745-1806)
CountryUK: England
Subject Date1800
Image Date1800
Library ReferenceVOS/78 f.60 verso
Colour / B&W Colour
Credit RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: Samuel Whitbread I bought the estate from the Byng family in 1795 and engaged Holland to remodel the house. He died the following year and the work was completed for his son, Samuel Whitbread II. This drawing is part of a volume of 101 leaves containing details of interior decoration, chiefly chimneypieces and mouldings, compiled in Holland's office after 1801.

Subject tags

country houses, decorative plasterwork, decorative woodwork, mirrors, panelling