Framed Quality Architect Print Drawings of Croome Court
These handsome Architect Print Drawings are of Croome Court which is a mid-18th Century Neo-Palladian Mansion in Worcestershire. The Mansion and Park were designed by Lancelot “Capability” Brown for the 6th Earl of Coventry. The mansion is now owned by Croome Heritage Trust and the surrounding parkland is owned by the National Trust.
The prints are drawings by Victoria Poole, Architect and she was assisted by her father, Anthony John Poole, the Sculptor. Victoria is an RIBA Council member and represents the West Midlands Region as well as being an Associate member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
The set consist of Two Large Drawings and Five Smaller Drawings. They feature the North & South Elevation, several of the Rotunda and one of the Lodges.
Two Large Drawings (North & South Elevation):
Height: 42 inches (106 cms)
Width: 26.5 inches (67.5 cms)
The Five Smaller Drawings:
Height: 26 inches (66 cms)
Width: 35 inches (89 cms)
Depth: 0.9 inches (2 cms)
We would prefer collection in person for these Drawings.