Online Lecture: William Kent: Garden Designer, Architect, Interior Designer
Tuesday 16 March - George Carter and Caroline Knight
William Kent (1685-1748) was one of those all-round designers, like Bernini, who could turn his hand to anything – architecture, interior design, painting, garden design, even book illustration. He proved to have a crucial role in adapting an evolving naturalistic style of garden design to his own unique vision. This talk will look at some of Kent's best work. Part of our Georgian Gardens and Landscapes series. 
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