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William Beckford's Fonthill: Architecture, Landscape and the Arts by Robert Gemmett

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  • William Beckford's Fonthill: Architecture, Landscape and the Arts
  • Robert Gemmett
  • Page: 336
  • Format: pdf, ePub, mobi, fb2
  • ISBN: 9781781554838
  • Publisher: Fonthill Media

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Vilified publicly as a paedophile, William Beckford sought refuge in his Fonthill estate where he amassed works of art fit for a king. He resided initially in a magnificent house called Fonthill Splendens, but then ordered it demolished to fund a work of art on a grand scale called Fonthill Abbey. Four public sales in 1801 and 1807 provided accessibility to Splendens and thousands came to examine the opulent offerings. Then the new structure with its extravagant Gothic interior, extraordinary possessions and scenic landscaping effects began to draw obsessive attention. This interest reached a pitch in 1822 when the entire estate was offered for sale, developing into a ‘Fonthill fever’ with over 7,000 people gravitating to Beckford’s ‘Holy Sepulchre’. The book examines Beckford’s building, landscaping and collecting habits that led to this remarkable public interest. It identifies, too, the anonymous author of a series of articles in the Morning Chronicle that provide the sights and sounds when the auctioneer raised his hammer to disperse the riches of Fonthill. The building collapsed in 1825, but contemporary drawings and engraved ‘views’ have continued to keep it alive as an indelible icon of the Romantic period.

Beckfordiana: A Fonthill Compendium - The William Beckford Website
September 15, 1796: ”William Beckford, Esq. of Fonthill, is collecting the materials for at the end of this gallery, - as having been an encourager of Art.” [ Farington] But at least we enjoy the spaciousness and the great architectural effect of an The softest and most luminous vapours covered a landscape that might have  Benjamin Projects - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Benjamin. West and. William. Beckford: Some. Projects for Fonthill. MARTHA. HAMILTON- This was the opinion of Beckford's architect James Wyatt, recorded by people in the construction of the abbey and the landscaping of his grounds William Beckford And The New Millennium (Ams William Beckford And The New Millennium (Ams Studies in the He was a passionate and discriminating collector - of art, books, furnishings - and landscape architecture, and interior design has left heritages in Bath, Fonthill,  Exhibition | Turner's Wessex: Architecture and Ambition | Enfilade
of the landscape around Salisbury and the books he published on the history of But it was another local patron, William Beckford, described by Byron as and engaged him to paint the gothic folly he was building at Fonthill Abbey. architecture also attracted the attention of the eccentric art lover and  Gothic revival Facts, information, pictures |
A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture 2000, originally It was, arguably, the most influential artistic movement ever to spring from millionaire William Beckford, Wyatt built the gigantic, rambling Fonthill abbey (Wilts.)  Fonthill Abbey - Experimental Practice - University of Westminster
Fonthill Abbey in its romantic landscape setting 1823. in two hundred years the broad vision of its creator, William Beckford, and his architect, James Wyatt. entschwindet und vergeht: Fonthill Abbey
Bearing this in mind, it is worth having a look at William Beckford's cabinet, a gesamtkunstwerk of landscape design, architecture and fine art,  William Beckford - Bath History -
Here Beckford built a gigantic 300 foot tower, enlarged the garden, and spent twenty years amassing a huge collection of object d'art; in 1823 it was had an aptitude for grandiose landscape gardening, and he was an author of considerable merit. from his Jamaican sugar plantations obliged him to sell Fonthill in 1822. LANSDOWN CEMETERY AND BECKFORD'S TOWER - 1000563
William Beckford (1760-1844), writer, book collector, patron of the arts, and builder of he commissioned the local architect Henry Edmund Goodridge ( 1797-1864) to In the early-C19 James Vincent, Beckford's gardener at Fonthill, lived here. 111 Beckford's Tower: A survey of the landscape (Debois Landscape Survey  Art | Delving Into South Wiltshire's Heritage
Born into one of the wealthiest families in England, William Beckford became a affair forced Beckford to Switzerland where the dramatic landscape style of Beckford's Fonthill Abbey which reflected the architecture of the  Beckford Papers - Bodleian Library - University of Oxford
Catalogue of the papers of William Beckford, 1772-1857 of travel-writings, the builder of Fonthill Abbey, and an important collector of paintings, objets d'art and books. 108) an architectural drawing probably by Beckford and John Robert Cozens, the poetry of landscape (New Haven & London, 1986), plates 84-5.

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