Chiswick Collection

About this collection

Choose a custom print from this collection of views from around Chiswick House in West London.

History

Chiswick House was designed by the Third Earl of Burlington, and built for him, in 1726–29 as an extension to an earlier Jacobean house (subsequently demolished in 1788); it is considered to be among the finest surviving examples of Palladian architecture in Britain, with superb collections of paintings and furniture.

 

Its surrounding grounds, laid out by William Kent, are among the most important historical gardens in England and Wales, forming one of the first English landscape gardens. It was used as an asylum from 1892 to 1928; up to 40 private patients were housed in wings which were demolished in 1956 when the house was restored.

 

Chiswick House - Front Elevation

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Chiswick House - Rear Facade

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Chiswick House - Inigo Jones Gate

Chiswick House - Entrance Study

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