Canaletto’s rich legacy of work made over a decade spent in England is the subject of a new exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Denise Silvester-Carr tells how the Venetian artist, long popular with the British, crossed the Channel to revive his fortunes.
Denise Silvester-Carr describes the trials and tribulations of a fine Georgian House recently re-opened by English Heritage.
Denise Silvester-Carr visits the house that proved an inspiration to many in the Arts and Crafts movement, and which opens to the public on July 16th.
Denise Silverster-Carr on the history of this unique resource for research.
Denise Silvester-Carr looks at Art Deco places of interest in Britain.
Denise Silvester-Carr celebrates the reopening of Charleston House to the public.
Denise Silvester-Carr investigates the restoration of Hardwick Hall, home of Bess of Hardwick.
Denise Silvester-Carr introduces the new Famine Museum at Strokestown, County Roscommon.
Denise Silvester-Carr explores Eltham Palace and its connections with the Courtauld family.