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John Martin Robinson. London. Aurum Press. 2005. First edition. Hardback, dust jacket. 192 pages. 200 colour and b&w photographs. 310 x 260mm (12¼ x 10¼"). 1.95kg. 1845130537. English. Near fine; minor shelf wear to jacket spine and front fore-edge, no tears or inscriptions, not price-clipped.'The Regency Country Houseis the first book to provide a comprehensive survey of the key English country houses of 1800 to 1830. It is... divided into three parts: it looks at the princely palaces and houses associated with the Prince Regent, from Brighton Pavilion to Buckingham Palace, the nobleman's houses such as Tregothnan, Eastnor Castle and Goodwood and gentleman's houses such as Southill, Bedfordshire and Sheringham, Norfolk. The book illustrates work by leading country houses architects including the Wyatt dynasty, Henry Holland, John Nash, Thomas Hopper, Humphry Repton and Sir John Soane - as well as regional designers such such as Dobson of Newcastle and Webster of Kendal.' (from the publisher's description).