back to collection

High Glanau (122 images)

Download All
twitterlinkedinfacebook
View: 250 | All
High Glanau Manor, in Monmouthshire, was commissioned by Henry Avray Tipping (1855-1933), a wealthy architectural historian and garden designer. As Architectural editor of Country Life for 17 years, he made the magazine essential reading for anyone interested in Britain’s great country houses, their furnishings and gardens. Tipping restored Mathern Palace, a former bishop’s palace for himself and his mother, then built Mounton House, one of the last important country houses, where...
more »