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Stonor in the Chilterns (near Henley)

Stanley Roy Badmin (1906-1989)


Signed and inscribed 'Architecture of the Chilterns, Stonor. Flint and brick and some timber & plaster work, black weatherboarded farm buildings, big chimneys. Bt Countryside in Colour Fig 3 (2)' below mount
Signed, inscribed with title and 'produced in Odhams British Countryside in Colour' and dated 'Early Spring 1953' on reverse


5 ¼ x 8 inches

The British Countryside in Colour, London: Odhams Press, 1951, facing page 17

A Chiltern Farm
Flint, the true local building stone of the chalk country, has been extensively used in the building of the farmhouse and walls in the picture on the left. The house also shows half-timbered work, as might be expected in a district so heavily wooded as the Chilterns. Notice too, the black timber barn, a typical feature of the area.
(The British Countryside in Colour, 1951, facing page 17)

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