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JAMES 'ATHENIAN' STUART EXHIBITION

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  • Greenwich Foundation

    This informative site contains a section on James Stuart's Chapel of St Peter and St Paul, as well as an architectural history of the Old Royal Naval College, timeline and visitor information.

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  • Kedleston

    These pages on the National Trust website contain visitor information and a brief description of the property.

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  • Newby Hall

    This site contains a detailed history of Newby Hall, a photo gallery and visitor information.

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  • Shugborough Estate

    This historic estate features garden buildings and furniture designed by James Stuart. The website includes opportunities to explore photographs of the Mansion House, Walled Garden and Monuments online.

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  • Spencer House

    James Stuart became Lord Spencer's architect in 1758 and, as a result, Spencer House became one of the pioneer examples of neo-classical architecture. This website includes tourist information, a history of the building and its restoration, as well as floor plans and photographs of the State Rooms.

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  • Stuart and Revett's Antiquities of Athens

    This resource consists of pages from Stuart and Revett's famous folio volumes, with some background information and related topics from architectural history. It is part of the St. Louis Public Library's online Steedman Exhibit, which also contains many highlights from other architecture-related books in the George Fox Steedman Architectural Collection.

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