Index

Houses

  • West Wycombe

Essays

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    Sir Francis Dashwood: Connoisseur, Collector and Traveller

    by Jason M. Kelly

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    The House and the Drawings Collection at West Wycombe Park: Dashwood's Educated Taste

    by Clare Hornsby

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    A Select Catalogue of Drawings at West Wycombe Park

    by Clare Hornsby

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    West Wycombe Introduction

    by Clare Hornsby and Adriano Aymonino

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    Playing with the Canon: West Wycombe Park’s Iconography and the Principle of Citation

    by Adriano Aymonino

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    Francis Dashwood’s Paintings Collection at West Wycombe: the Tuscan Influence

    by Peter Björn Kerber

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Essay

    Object in Focus: Giovanni Pietro Bellori and Pietro Santi Bartoli, Admiranda Romanarum Antiquitatum ac veteris Sculpturae vestigia . . ., Rome, Giovanni Giacomo e Domenico de’ Rossi, 1693

    by Adriano Aymonino

Films

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Film

    West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire: Images of Sculpture & Architecture

    Film by Jonathan Law with Adriano Aymonino and Clare Hornsby.

Catalogues

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Document

    West Wycombe Park: north front: design with central hexastyle Doric portico and Ionic porticoes at the extremities

    Francis Dashwood, c.1740–50
    WW3

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Document

    Square villa: plan of the basement floor

    Giovanni Niccolò Servandoni, c.1747–51
    WW44

  • West Wycombe West Wycombe

    Document

    Academy building for the Society of Dilettanti: side elevation for the Council Room or Front elevation for the flanking Academy buildings

    possibly Maurice-Louis Jolivet, after Giovanni Niccolò Servandoni, c.1751–2
    WW52

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    Document

    West Wycombe Park: north front: design with low central door in upper-storey portico

    John Donowell, after Isaac Ware, c.1740–50
    WW6