- Free spirit. Nielsen, Tina // Director;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p62
A review is offered for Restaurant Michael Nadra, located in Chiswick, West London, England.
- Chiswick House gardens near to reopening following Â£12m restoration project. // Horticulture Week;4/30/2010, p7
The article reports on the expected completion of the 12 million pounds restoration of Chiswick House gardens in England.
- Historic camellias go on show. // Plantsman: New Series;Mar2011, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p6
The article offers information on the first Chiswick House Camellia Festival in London, England from February 19-March 20, 2011.
- CLASSICAL STYLE and the CULT OF NATURE. Deitz, Paula // Magazine Antiques;May/Jun2011, Vol. 178 Issue 3, p124
The article focuses on the use of gardens as inspiration for natural-appearing landscapes which became a model for the Chiswick House in London, England. It states that the house which is an eighteenth-century villa, uses an expansive lawns along a winding river with classical architectural...
- My bit of Britain. Jemme, Jemma // In Britain;Nov98, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p70
Talks about some of the locations in England actress Jemma Redgrave loved during her film and television career. Impact of Garsington house in the countryside south-west of Oxford to Redgrave; Reason for Redgrave to be attracted in her role as Eleanor in the television series `Bramwell' which...
- Early views of Chiswick House reunited to mark garden's restoration. Sharpe, Emily // Art Newspaper;Jun2010, Vol. 19 Issue 214, p36
This article features a series of paintings reflecting the restoration of the Chiswick House in London, England.
- BOOTS. // Building Design;4/1/2011, Issue 1959, p9
The article offers information on several events related to architecture in Great Britain including the cancellation of the construction of an elite academy for girls of singer Madonna in Malawi, the advertising campaign of Clarks Shoes featuring the Chiswick House, and the efforts of the...
- The Well-Furnished Home. // Time;6/14/1954, Vol. 63 Issue 24, p36
The article focuses on the art theft case facing John Andrew Nevin, caretaker in Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England, and his wife Mary in 1954. Nevin started to take smaller pieces from the collection of the museum in 1930 to create his own private museum in his Chiswick house. The...
- Hogarth's House as Hogarth saw it. Bott, Val // British Art Journal;Autumn2007, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p34
The article focuses on the identification of the only print issued by Jane Hogarth that depicts the house in the Chiswick landscape. This print illustrates a row of buildings with garden walls, which are viewed across a large field where harvesting has begun. This view across the local landscape...