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Garden front - Brympton Manor House - Framed Print - 16"H x 20"W

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Garden front - Brympton Manor House - Framed Print - 16"H x 20"W

Francis De Lassus Saint-Genies is a French artist born in Brittany at Val André in 1925. After his studies at Julian's Academy in Paris, he dedicates himself for a long time to the portrait. In search of the secret character of his models, he has to reach a very personal expression where the outer world, often inversed, encloses the reflection of the individual mystery.
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Francis De Lassus Saint-Genies is a French artist born in Brittany at Val André in 1925. After his studies at Julian's Academy in Paris, he dedicates himself for a long time to the portrait. In search of the secret character of his models, he has to reach a very personal expression where the outer world, often inversed, encloses the reflection of the individual mystery.
Per più informazioni leggi qui: http://www.tuttartpitturasculturapoesiamusica.com/2016/04/Francis-DeSaint-Genies.html
© Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |
Francis De Lassus Saint-Genies is a French artist born in Brittany at Val André in 1925. After his studies at Julian's Academy in Paris, he dedicates himself for a long time to the portrait. In search of the secret character of his models, he has to reach a very personal expression where the outer world, often inversed, encloses the reflection of the individual mystery.
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© Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |

Brympton d'Evercy (also known as Brympton House) is a manor house near Yeovil

It has been described as the most beautiful house in England, in a country of architecturally pleasing country houses; whatever the truth of that statement, in 1927 the British magazine Country Life published a set of three articles on the house, in which Christopher Hussey, near the start of his 50-year career as a notable architectural authority and documentor of British country houses, described Brympton d'Evercy as "The most incomparable house in Britain, the one which created the greatest impression and summarises so exquisitely English country life qualities".

Hussey's articles remain the only detailed account of the mansion. During its long history Brympton d'Evercy has belonged to six families, the d'Evercys, the Stourtons, the Sydenhams, the Fanes, the Weeks (from 1992 to 2007) and the most recent owner who purchased the property in 2007.

Brympton D'Evercy's was not built in a single campaign as an entirety; instead, it was slowly expanded between about 1220, when it was begun by the D'Evercy family, and the 18th century. During three quarters of a millennium it has remained little known, and little recorded.


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