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Dining room from Lansdowne House, London, 18th century (1765–68). Lansdowne House, designed by Robert Adam and situated at the southwest corner of Berkeley Square, was begun for Prime Minister John Stuart, third earl of Bute, who sold it, unfinished, about 1765 to William Petty-Fitzmaurice (1737–1805), earl of Shelburne, later first marquess of Lansdowne. The house was completed from Adam's designs for Lord Shelburne in 1768

Robert Adam: Dining room from Lansdowne House, London Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Room view of the Entrance Hall at Osterley Park, designed by Robert Adam in 1767 and has stucco decoration by the firm of Joseph Rose and grisaille paintings by Giovanni Battista Cipriani

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Rococo century Interior Robert Adam - Syon House Anteroom Middlesex Influenced but the Greek/Roman pillars, Gold detail famously found in Egyptian interiors and beautiful mosaic tiles, influenced by Moroccan and Greek interiors

Dining room from Lansdowne House, London, 18th century (1765–68)  Robert Adam (English, 1728–1792)  From...  http://a-l-ancien-regime.tumblr.com/post/27443410575/dining-room-from-lansdowne-house-london-18th

Dining room from Lansdowne House, London, century Robert Adam (English, Elaborate tonal ceiling decor like this is on the plan for the dining room.

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Building Architecture

Baroque plaster ceiling in entrance hall Althea Dundas-Bekker Scottish country house by architect William Adam. It took German craftman Josef Enzer six years to complete the plastering. Image from The Scottish Country House by James Knox.

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

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