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This is exemplified by the slatted shutter or blind on the left-hand window and the shadows cast by the deeply hung pelmets typifying the 1840s. The exterior is rendered in some considerable detail, with hills and an ivy-strangled oak tree, no doubt a picturesque detail. The furnishings are an amalgam of early nineteenth-century forms, with one later intrusion, a fatly upholstered arm of an easy chair or sofa, or perhaps in this instance, a chaise longue on which to recline, observe the blasted oak by moon-light and listen to the call of the screech-owl in full romantic mood. Surely, the late John Fowler would have appreciated this room, it so resembles his early work.
|Height||228.00 mm||(8.98 inches)|
|Width||279.00 mm||(10.98 inches)|