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kent: idyllic ideals

William Kent was architect of both houses and landscapes. He was consulted, according to Horace Walpole, not only for furniture but “for plates, for a barge, for a cradle.” Of his gardens Walpole said: “Mahomet imagined an Elysium, Kent created … Continue reading

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