THE EVOLUTION OF HISTORIC INTERIORS FROM RENAISSANCE TO REGENCY
Monday 30th September - Thursday 3rd October 2019
Strictly limited to twelve places
This four-day course provides a basis for the analysis and interpretation of British interior design from the Renaissance to the Regency period. Chronologically organised, the tours will highlight key interiors, architects, designers and movements. Visits to historic buildings will be accompanied by in-house experts. The course provides a foundation in the history and development of the English interior from Henry VIII to George IV and is intended for those who are interested in the decorative arts and interior design. We will be based at Hotspur House, the home of interior designer Caroline Percy, which is close to Robert Adam’s Syon Park, her family home. Caroline and architectural historian Oliver Gerrish will lead the course, assisted by Catherine Fellowes.
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Course price: £980 (includes travel from Hotspur House - collection from local stations overground Syon Lane and underground Boston Manor - lunch and refreshments)
A 50% deposit (refundable up to 15th June 2019, non-refundable after that date) is required to secure a place.
The balance to be paid by 15th sept 2019.
The Four Day Course will require eight or more students to go ahead. In the event of less students you will receive a full refund. The timetable is open to some change due to timings at the venues we will visit.