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Luton Hoo 29681_001 Featured Robert Adam Print

Luton Hoo 29681_001

Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire. First designed by Robert Adam and begun in 1767, it was later remodelled by Robert Smirke in around 1830 and again after 1903. It is now a country house hotel. Photographed in September 2015

© Historic England Archive

Aerial, Georgian, Victorian

Lansdowne House, Berkeley Square Featured Robert Adam Print

Lansdowne House, Berkeley Square

Lansdowne House, Berkeley Square in the heart of Mayfair, London. It was built by Robert Adam for the Earl of Bute who sold it before it was completed to the second Earl of Sherburne in 1768. It was the London home of the Marquis of Lansdowne, and was occupied by Gordon Selfridge in the 1920s. Joseph Priestley, was librarian there in 1774, during which time he discovered the existence of oxygen. Other famous occupants included William Pitt the Younger, Lord Rosebery and William Waldorf Astor. Lansdowne Passage, a narrow byway at the back of the house, was in the 18th century a favourite route of flight for highwaymen escaping deeds of violence in Mayfair. Since 1935, the remains of the building has been the home of the Lansdowne Club. Date: 18th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library

William Johnstone-Pulteney, Later 5th Baronet, c.1772 (oil on canvas) Featured Robert Adam Print

William Johnstone-Pulteney, Later 5th Baronet, c.1772 (oil on canvas)

XYC118531 William Johnstone-Pulteney, Later 5th Baronet, c.1772 (oil on canvas) by Gainsborough, Thomas (1727-88); 237.5x149.8 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA; ( Sir William Pulteney, 5th Baronet (1729a??1805), known as William Johnstone until 1767, was a Scottish advocate, landowner and politician. He was reputedly the wealthiest man in the Great Britain. He invested in lands in North America, and in developments in Great Britain, including the Pulteney Bridge and other buildings in Bath, buildings on the sea-front at Weymouth in Dorset, and roads in his native Scotland. He was a patron of architect Robert Adam and civil engineer Thomas Telford.
); English, out of copyright

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