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Kenwood Library  Regardless of whether Adam’s ceilings were executed in stucco or painted in the ‘Antique Style’, whether they incorporated paintings by Zucchi of classical subjects or were purely decorative, their impact was immediate. From Adam’s point of view, grotesques and geometrical patterns had the additional advantage of allowing him maximum artistic freedom.

Kenwood library, Kenwood House, London, designed by Robert Adam

Detail of the State Apartments at Kedleston, with a blue-john urn and a gilded fillet surrounding the fireplace.

"Detail of the State Apartments at Kedleston Hall - blue silk damask upholstered walls with gilded fillet moldings. This rooms feels like being in the sky in early afternoon." are you kidding me?

The Library Ceiling - Berrington Hall - Leominster - Herefordshire - England

The Library Ceiling - Berrington Hall - Leominster - Herefordshire - England - designed by Henry Holland in for Thomas Harley

Ceiling Design for the Boudoir, Ardgowan

of verso: "Design for ceiling of Lady Octavia Shaw Stuarts / Boudoir Ardgowan House / Inverkip / Scotland January 1868 / executed for Mr

Robert Adam Interiors | The Saloon at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

The Saloon at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire © Nadia Mackenzie. We catered for a small party of National Trust VIPs here recently and they had a canape reception in this beautiful room. The great thing about beautiful venues is that they need no extra decor!

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Early Neoclassical

Architecture and Interior Design: Volume I Chapter Louis XVI and French Provincial Concepts: People were starting to see the lack of classical order in the Rococo style, and continued to repel …

Spagna

El Palacio de la Aljafería - Zaragoza, España - The Aljafería Palace is a fortified medieval Islamic palace built during the second half of the century in the Moorish taifa of Zaragoza of Al-Andalus, which is now present day Zaragoza, Spain.

Wynn House - Robert Adam's design for the dining room ceiling of 20 St. James's Square, London. 1777.

Wynn House - Robert Adam's design for the dining room ceiling of 20 St.

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