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Manor House, East Barsham, Norfolk: the gateway

RIBA136542
Page, John
NOTES: Prior to the early 20th century the house was known as Wolterton Manor. It was built in the 1520s by Sir Henry Fermor whose coat of arms are on the gatehouse. The house fell into ruin in the 18th century and remained so until the first restoration in 1922. This was done by the architect John Page of Holtom & Page, who then went on to substantially reconstruct the Manor in 1936-1938.

Manor House, East Barsham, Norfolk: detail of the gateway with the builder's coat of arms

RIBA136543
Page, John
NOTES: Prior to the early 20th century the house was known as Wolterton Manor. It was built in the 1520s by Sir Henry Fermor whose coat of arms are on the gatehouse. The house fell into ruin in the 18th century and remained so until the first restoration in 1922. This was done by the architect John Page of Holtom & Page, who then went on to substantially reconstruct the Manor in 1936-1938.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145230
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145234 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145231
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145235 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the Great East stair

RIBA145232
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145236 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the west entrance hall to the Gallery and the Great West stair

RIBA145233
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145237 for a colour version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145234
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145230 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Academy Great Room

RIBA145235
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145231 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the Great East stair

RIBA145236
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145233 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the west entrance hall to the Gallery and the Great West stair

RIBA145237
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces. See RIBA145233 for a black and white version of this image.

Somerset House, Strand, London: the former Royal Society meeting room

RIBA145238
Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: Somerset House was designed by Sir William Chambers 1776-1796. The north wing was built in 1776-1780. In 1989 this was converted into a new home for the Courtauld Institute of Art by Green Lloyd Architects, which included the provision of galleries for the Courtauld collection and teaching spaces.
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