The formal public gardens of  Wye House a Grade 11 listed building in the centre of Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, UK
RM2CCPNYAThe formal public gardens of Wye House a Grade 11 listed building in the centre of Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, UK
A sculpture of Father Thames made from Coade stone, by British sculptor, John Bacon (1740-1799). Located in the formal gardens of 17th Century Ham House, on the bank of the River Thames in Ham, south of Richmond upon Thames, London, England. In 1769, Bacon was working for Ms Coade's Artificial Stone Manufactory and awarded the first gold medal for sculpture awarded by the Royal Academy.
RM2E2GCEDA sculpture of Father Thames made from Coade stone, by British sculptor, John Bacon (1740-1799). Located in the formal gardens of 17th Century Ham House, on the bank of the River Thames in Ham, south of Richmond upon Thames, London, England. In 1769, Bacon was working for Ms Coade's Artificial Stone Manufactory and awarded the first gold medal for sculpture awarded by the Royal Academy.
Alloway, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK, Young woman dressed in 18th century dress and costume
RF2H8WM29Alloway, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK, Young woman dressed in 18th century dress and costume
The formal public gardens of  Wye House a Grade 11 listed building in the centre of Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, UK
RM2CCPPA4The formal public gardens of Wye House a Grade 11 listed building in the centre of Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, UK
A late 19th Century aerial illustration of the Palace and gardens at Versailles, a former royal residence located in Versailles, about 12 miles west of Paris, France. In 1623 Louis XIII built a simple hunting lodge on the site of the palace, then replaced it with a small château in 1631–34. Louis XIV expanded the château into a palace and in 1682, Louis XIV moved his court and government to Versailles, making the palace the de facto capital of France. It was continued by Kings Louis XV and Louis XVI, but in 1789 the royal family and capital of France returned to Paris.
RM2H757RPA late 19th Century aerial illustration of the Palace and gardens at Versailles, a former royal residence located in Versailles, about 12 miles west of Paris, France. In 1623 Louis XIII built a simple hunting lodge on the site of the palace, then replaced it with a small château in 1631–34. Louis XIV expanded the château into a palace and in 1682, Louis XIV moved his court and government to Versailles, making the palace the de facto capital of France. It was continued by Kings Louis XV and Louis XVI, but in 1789 the royal family and capital of France returned to Paris.
Trees in full leaf Sheffield park National trust gardens in Sussex.
RF2C8WRB5Trees in full leaf Sheffield park National trust gardens in Sussex.
Moor Park is a Palladian mansion set in several hundred acres of parkland to the south-east of Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire, England.  The house was rebuilt in 1678–1679 for James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth and later sold to Benjamin Haskins-Stiles, who had made a fortune in the South Sea Company before the notorious bubble burst. Styles had the house refaced with Portland stone and added a great Corinthian portico on the south front.  It was later bought by Admiral Lord Anson, who commissioned Capability Brown to remake the formal gardens in sweeping 'landscape style' with a small lake.
RMRFT529Moor Park is a Palladian mansion set in several hundred acres of parkland to the south-east of Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire, England. The house was rebuilt in 1678–1679 for James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth and later sold to Benjamin Haskins-Stiles, who had made a fortune in the South Sea Company before the notorious bubble burst. Styles had the house refaced with Portland stone and added a great Corinthian portico on the south front. It was later bought by Admiral Lord Anson, who commissioned Capability Brown to remake the formal gardens in sweeping 'landscape style' with a small lake.
Garden of Broughton House, 18th-century town house High Street  Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway Scotland former home of Scots impressionist artis
RM2GMN4T0Garden of Broughton House, 18th-century town house High Street Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway Scotland former home of Scots impressionist artis
Trees in full leaf Sheffield park National trust gardens in Sussex.
RF2C8WRB0Trees in full leaf Sheffield park National trust gardens in Sussex.
A painting by Thomas Robins the Elder (1716-1770) of the vegetable garden at Charlton Park, a country house and estate in Wiltshire, England.  Thomas Robins was an English artist known for his depictions of English country houses and their gardens
RM2E2GCW2A painting by Thomas Robins the Elder (1716-1770) of the vegetable garden at Charlton Park, a country house and estate in Wiltshire, England. Thomas Robins was an English artist known for his depictions of English country houses and their gardens
the walled garden at Glenarm castle county antrim northern ireland uk built in the 18th century
RMBCC9M6the walled garden at Glenarm castle county antrim northern ireland uk built in the 18th century
Trees in full leaf Sheffield park National trust gardens in Sussex.
RF2C8WRA1Trees in full leaf Sheffield park National trust gardens in Sussex.