Just a quick note to say the exhibition on William Kent at the V&A is well worth a visit. Amongst other sites he did work at Chiswick House and Kensington Palace.
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Thank you. Two days ago, I saw the wonderful William Kent Designing Georgian Britian Exhibition at the V&A, with another FHHS Member. I do think we should arrange for the Society to visit Chiswick House – the first example of neo-Palladian design in the country – early next Summer, 2015. It is a short distance south-west of Hogarth House – the venue of a quite recent, successful visit – and a glance ot the English Hertitage website suggests a (Sun), Mon, Tues or Wed after it re-opens on 29 Mar 2015.
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