The Hunt Family, Lanhydrock House and the Regency Style
Furniture History, Vol. XXXVII, 2001
Mr Holden is an architectural historian working as a House and Collections Manager for the National Trust at Lanhydrock House. He also wrote, among others, ‘The Lanhydrock Atlas’, and contributed to many scholarly journals and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
I found his research very helpful for writing my post “Writer’s Travel Guide: Anna-Maria Hunt and the Rescue of Lanhydrock House”.
French Influence at Burton Constable, Furniture History; Vol. 8
The Furniture History Society, 1972
Architectural Historian Ivan Hall has dedicated much of his research to Burton Constable Hall and the architecture of the Georgian Age in Derbyshire and Yorkshire. His article about the French influence at Burton Constable Hall was published in the magazine Furniture History, which was founded in 1964 to study furniture of all periods, places and kinds, to increase knowledge and appreciation of it, and to assist in the preservation of furniture and its records.
The article was useful for writing my post “Writer’s Travel Guide: Burton Constable Hall“.
Pevsner, Nikolaus / Neave, David
The Buildings of England: Yorkshire: York and the East Riding
Yale University Press, 1995 Continue reading