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The Lothians: (2) Carlton House London - A Virtual Tour of the Entrance Rooms. Castle Floor Plan, Castle Plans, Mansion Floor Plan, House Floor Plans, British Architecture, Architecture Plan, Residential Architecture, London Map, Old London

Detail of the Ionic Columns and Decoration in the Entrance to the Great Hall Continuing our series on Carlton House, we now commence our actual 'virtual tour' of this great house. Should you not have read the first instalment in this series, this may be accessed HERE. Should you reference this Blog elsewhere, please cite http://the-lothians.blogspot.com Marked plans of each floor will show your location as you progress through each room. So, commencing our 'Tour', we approach Carlton House…

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Carlton House London | Drawing, "The Circular Dining Room at Carlton House, London", 1819 Regency London, Regency Era, Regency House, Palace Interior, Castles Interior, Palaces, Jorge Iv, Circular Dining Room, Carlton House

In this view, the circular dining room is dominated by two massive marble columns terminating in bronze capitals, and two large crystal and silver chandeliers. The ceiling is painted to resemble a cloudy sky; a frieze below is decorated with a series of putti holding garlands of leaves. Glass stars adorn the blue curtains, chimney surround overmantle mirror, creating an opulent setting for three ladies dressed in diaphanous gowns.

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Amjad Rauf on Instagram: "Why it took 17 years to build miniature Casino Marino just outside Dublin (1758-‘75) is somewhat puzzling. The Scottish architect William Chambers was in these years indeed very busy, working on Carlton House (1757-‘61) and Buckingham Palace (1762-‘68) but also Goodwood (1757-‘60) and Wilton (1757-‘74) so James Caulfeild, later 1st Earl of Charlemont (1728-1799) had to be patient. An obvious reason is obviously also the detailed and intricate craftsmanship of every surf Charlemont, Carlton House, Neoclassical Architecture, Grand Tour, Buckingham Palace, Idyllic, Dublin, Ireland, Temple

Amjad Rauf on Instagram: "Why it took 17 years to build miniature Casino Marino just outside Dublin (1758-‘75) is somewhat puzzling. The Scottish architect William Chambers was in these years indeed very busy, working on Carlton House (1757-‘61) and Buckingham Palace (1762-‘68) but also Goodwood (1757-‘60) and Wilton (1757-‘74) so James Caulfeild, later 1st Earl of Charlemont (1728-1799) had to be patient. An obvious reason is obviously also the detailed and intricate craftsmanship of every…

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