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Patrick Baty has been commissioned to carry out the paint analysis of various elements. He has also advised on paint colour

Hertford Street, Mayfair

The house is believed to have been completed shortly after 1768 by a bricklayer, Henry Holland and his architect son, also Henry. The first leaseholder was General John...

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Patrick Baty prepared a specification of paint colours and finishes appropriate to the house

Dr Johnson’s House

Samuel Johnson was born in 1709 and came to London in 1737. He was commissioned to write the first comprehensive Dictionary of the English language in 1746. With the help of...

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Patrick Baty was asked to advise on appropriate decoration on this 18th century house in Harley Street

Harley Street, London

Harley Street is a street in the...

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Patrick Baty has colour-matched colours uncovered during paint investigations and advised on technical matters

Queen Charlotte’s Cottage, Kew

Queen Charlotte’s Cottage is an early example of a cottage orné, a rustic cottage built as a country retreat rather than as a residence. It was an ideal location for a...

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Fulham Palace - Courtyard

Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace in Fulham, London, at one time the main residence of the Bishop of London, is of medieval origin. It was the country home of the Bishops of London from at least...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out the paint analysis of the entrance hall in this late 18th century Dublin town house

50 North Great George’s Street, Dublin

North Great George's Street is one of the finest examples (apart from Henrietta Street) of a complete Georgian avenue. It was originally built as the focus to Belvedere...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to write an article for the World of Interiors magazine

Calke Abbey, Derbyshire

In 2007 the World of Interiors magazine commissioned me to write an article on the interiors at Calke Abbey. My words were to accompany a set of wonderfully evocative...

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Patrick Baty carried out the analysis of an early 18th century house in Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster

Queen Anne’s Gate, Westminster

I was commissioned to carry out the paint analysis of a very interesting early 18th century house in Westminster. 71 individual decorative schemes were found on the...

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Patrick Baty has been employed to advise on the 1930s paint colours

Regent Palace Hotel

Regent Palace Hotel The Regent Palace Hotel was opened on May 16, 1915. At that time, it was the largest hotel in Europe with 1028 bedrooms. By the 1930s it was starting to...

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Patrick Baty examined the painted schemes applied to the surfaces in the Drawing Room and the Staircase of Brodie Castle

Brodie Castle, Moray

There have been Brodies at Brodie Castle for over 800 years. Parts of the present building are known to date from the 1560s although it is possible that earlier elements...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out the analysis of the copperas wash on the exterior and the paint on the surfaces within the staircase hall

Basildon Park, Berkshire

Basildon Park was built by John Carr of York for Sir Francis Sykes between 1776 and 1783. It is a beautifully balanced building of warm Bath stone consisting of a main central...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out the paint analysis of the entrance hall and stairs

The Georgian House, Edinburgh

No. 7 Charlotte Square (The Georgian House) is an 18th century town house in Edinburgh's New Town, designed by Robert Adam. The house is beautifully furnished, with...

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Patrick was employed to advise on matters concerning colour and paint

Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft

Somerleyton Hall was bought in 1843 by Sir Samuel Morton Peto who, for the next seven years, carried out extensive rebuilding under his architect John Thomas. In 1863 the...

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Patrick carried out an analysis of the paint in several areas of Wilbury

Wilbury House, Wiltshire

Wilbury House was begun in 1710 by William Benson.1 The name appears to have been composed of the Wil of Wilton and the bury of Amesbury, both being neighbouring houses, and...

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Patrick Baty carried out an analysis of the paint on the external harling

The Hill House, Helensburgh

The Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland was commissioned by Walter W. Blackie, the publisher, in 1902 as his family residence. Blackie had been introduced to the architect...

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