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Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161416 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: a garden path

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161417 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161418 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161419 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161420 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead, seen from the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161421 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: a stone seat with William Robinson's initials and the date 1898

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161423 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161424 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161422 for a colour version of this image.

Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly, East Grinstead: the gardens

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George, Sir Ernest (1839-1922)
NOTES: Originally an Elizabethan manor house of 1596, with later additions, most notably in 1885-1887, when a wing in matching style was added to the north-east by Sir Ernest George for William Robinson. Author of "The English Flower Garden", he occupied the house until his death in 1935 and made the garden one of the most famous arts and crafts gardens in England. The house is now a hotel. See RIBA161425 for a colour version of this image.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: the gardens

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Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas.

Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey: a prunus overhanging the lake with Webb's timber bridge in the background leading across the moat

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Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: A late Elizabethan moated, timber-framed manor house, built in 1582 by John Caryl encasing an earlier 15th century hall house. In 1884 the house was sold to Wickham Flower, who as a founder member of SPAB (Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings) commissioned Philip Webb to restore it, and to layout the ornamental gardens incorporating the medieval moat. Two extensions were added by Webb (1885-1887 and 1893-1894). After Flower's death in 1904, the house was sold and a new wing added to the north by the architect and landscape designer Inigo Thomas. See RIBA161427 for a colour version of this image.
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