Strawberry Hill House Collection

About this collection

Strawberry Hill is one of Britain's finest examples of Georgian Gothic Revival architecture and interior decor, dating back to 1747.


Strawberry Hill House was built in 1698 as a modest house by the coachmen of the Earl of Bradford, it was later transformed into a Gothic house by Horace Walpole between 1747 and 1792. Walpole doubled its size, creating Gothic rooms and adding towers and battlements. Further additions were made by the Countess Waldegrave in the 19th Century.

The following artworks have been created by Simon Cavelle showing the magnificent architecture of the house and interior.


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East View

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The Gallery

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Shell Seat

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Antelope Newel Post

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