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Arley Castle, Upper Arley, Worcestershire: perspective

RIBA84147
Varden, Richard (1812-1873)
NOTES: This was a 16th century house which was largely rebuilt in 1843-1844. It was demolished in 1960. This print probably dates from between 1844 when the Earl of Mountnorris, the client, died soon after work was finished (see also RIBA84109) and 1852 when Arthur Lyttelton Annesley sold the estate.

Kinnaird Castle, Brechin: perspective

RIBA85147
Playfair, James (1755-1794)
NOTES: This print comes from John Paterson's 'Sketches of scenery in Angus and Mearns drawn from nature and upon stone', Part III no2 (1825). Kinnaird Castle was remodelled by Playfair for Sir David Carnegie, the father of Sir James Carnegie to whom this print is dedicated.

Culdees Castle, Muthill, Perthshire: perspective of the entrance front

RIBA85148
Graham, James Gillespie (1776-1855)
NOTES: This print was redrawn c. 1830 for 'Jones views of the seats, mansions, castles &c. of noblemen and gentlemen, Series of Scottish seats' from the plate drawn by J. P. Neale in his 'Views of the seats of noblemen', Series I, vol. 5 (1822). The house was designed by James Gillespie Graham for General Andrew John Drummond.

Fasque House, Fettercairn, Kincardineshire: perspective

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Paterson, John (d. 1832)
NOTES: This print comes from John Paterson's 'Sketches of scenery in Angus and Mearns drawn from nature and upon stone', Part I no. 4 (1823). The design of Fasque House is attributed to John Paterson on stylistic grounds. It was to replace an earlier house, which was sited just to the west of today's Fasque House. This print shows the front elevation before the top storey was added to the centre bay sometime after 1828.

Lindertis House, Angus: perspective from the park

RIBA85172
Elliot, Archibald (1761-1823)
NOTES: This print comes from John Paterson's 'Sketches of scenery in Angus and Mearns drawn from nature and upon stone', Part V no4 (c. 1824). The building was demolished in 1987 after a period of partial demolition and dereliction.

Penrhyn Castle, Llandegai, Gwynedd

RIBA85180
Hopper, Thomas (1776-1856)
NOTES: Originally a medieval fortified manor house, this became a stone castle with tower house in 1438 when Ioan ap Gruffudd was granted a licence to crenellate. The property was reconstructed in the 1780s by Samuel Wyatt only to be completely remodelled in 1820-1845 for the Pennant family to designs by Thomas Hopper.

Eridge Castle, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent: perspective of the entrance front

RIBA85184
Taylor, George Ledwell (1788-1873)
NOTES: The old house on the site was rebuilt between 1788 and 1830 as a castellated seat. This building was in turn rebuilt in 1938-1939.

Penrhyn Castle, Llandegai, Gwynedd

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Hopper, Thomas (1776-1856)
NOTES: Originally a medieval fortified manor house, this became a stone castle with tower house in 1438 when Ioan ap Gruffudd was granted a licence to crenellate. The property was reconstructed in the 1780s by Samuel Wyatt only to be completely remodelled in 1820-1845 for the Pennant family to designs by Thomas Hopper.

Balloch Castle (formerly Ardoch Castle), Balloch, Dunbartonshire: ground floor plan

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Lugar, Robert (1773-1855)
NOTES: This engraving appeared in Robert Lugar, Plans and views of buildings (London, 1811), pl. 10. Lugar exhibited two drawings for this house ("Mr. Buchanan's Castle") at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1809.

Balloch Castle (formerly Ardoch Castle), Balloch, Dunbartonshire: chamber floor plan

RIBA85242
Lugar, Robert (1773-1855)
NOTES: This engraving appeared in Robert Lugar, Plans and views of buildings (London, 1811), pl. 11. Lugar exhibited two drawings for this house ("Mr. Buchanan's Castle") at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1809.

Balloch Castle (formerly Ardoch Castle), Balloch, Dunbartonshire: perspective showing approach to entrance

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Lugar, Robert (1773-1855)
NOTES: This engraving appeared in Robert Lugar, Plans and views of buildings (London, 1811), pl. 12. Lugar exhibited two drawings for this house ("Mr. Buchanan's Castle") at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1809.

Balloch Castle (formerly Ardoch Castle), Balloch, Dunbartonshire: perspective from the park

RIBA85244
Lugar, Robert (1773-1855)
NOTES: This engraving appeared in Robert Lugar, Plans and views of buildings (London, 1811), pl. 13. Lugar exhibited two drawings for this house ("Mr. Buchanan's Castle") at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1809.
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