Enville Hall Overview

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Date:2002

Description:Ink drawing by Chris Broughton (born 1949). This drawing was one of a number commissioned by Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service in 2002 as part of the 'Hidden Estates' public art project, based around Staffordshire's country estates.

Chris Broughton's drawings, seemingly true-to-life, mix historical periods, turn buildings around and reconstruct lost architectural features.

The Enville Hall estate was landscaped between 1745 and 1755 by the 4th Earl of Stamford, using the services of the poet and landscape designer William Shenstone of Halesowen, and Sanderson Miller, a gentleman architect from Warwickshire.


Dimensions: height - 238mm, width - 575mm

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Donor ref:G2002.002.0002 (83/15812)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service - Art Collection

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