Lord Burlington

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Chiswick House - Principal Rooms - Red Velvet Room
... once contained the largest and most expensive paintings in Lord Burlington's collection, including paintings by Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641), Giacomo ... Room, but containing painted panels has at its centre a painting by William Kent representing Lord Burlington's patronage of the arts ... Burlington's wealth is represented by a putto who holds a cornucopia ...
Chiswick House - Principal Rooms
... In the design of the rooms Lord Burlington used different geometric shapes, some with coved ceilings ... Its rooms were for business, and Lord Burlington followed Palladio's recommendation to restrict the lowest order of Roman architecture, the Tuscan, to the ground floor ... based on Palladian precedent, were not intended to be accessed by Lord Burlington's guests, and were used only by the house servants a dumb waiter was installed in place of the ...
Earl Of Burlington
... Earl of Burlington is a title that has been created twice, the first time in the Peerage of England and the second in the Peerage of the United Kingdom ... Lord Burlington was the husband of Elizabeth Clifford, 2nd Baroness Clifford ... Lord Burlington was therefore succeeded by his grandson (the son of Viscount Dungarvan), the third Earl of Cork and second Earl of Burlington ...

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