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Great Dixter, Northiam: barn and oast house seen from the sunken garden

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Lutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
NOTES: A timber-framed hall house dating from 1464, built originally by the Etchingham family. It was restored and extended by Lutyens from 1910-1914, for the then owner Nathaniel Lloyd.

Great Dixter, Northiam: view of the oast house from the topiary garden

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NOTES: A timber-framed hall house dating from 1464, built originally by the Etchingham family. It was restored and extended by Lutyens from 1910-1914, for the then owner Nathaniel Lloyd.

Oast house conversion for Richard and Katherina Church, Curtisden Green, Kent: the living room

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Marcus, Frederick Lucas (1888-1975)
NOTES: The poet and critic Richard Church and his wife, Katherina, arranged papers for Frederick Lucas Marcus and his wife, the commercial artist and illustrator Helen Riehm, on their arrival from Paris shortly after the outbreak of World War II. In return for their assistance and hospitality, Marcus designed the conversion of the Churchs' recently acquired oast house at Curtisden Green in Kent.
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