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Patrick Baty was commissioned to investigate a number of exteriors in Bath
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Exterior | Portfolio | 3 Comments

City of Bath exteriors

I was commissioned to carry out an analysis of the paint on a number of buildings in the City. The purpose was to establish the decorative history of representative doors, windows and railings and to see whether...

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Patrick Baty has carried out an analysis of the paint on the exteriors of many of the buildings on this site in order to learn about its wartime appearance
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Institutions | Portfolio | No Comments

RAF Bicester

RAF Bicester was established in 1918. From 1918-1920 it was a three squadron training depot. It was closed from March 1920-January 1928 before becoming a one squadron bomber station. From 1939 until 1944 it...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out the paint analysis of the North and South Gates
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Institutions | Places of Worship | Portfolio | No Comments

St George-in-the-East, Stepney

St George in the East was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor. The foundations were laid in 1714, the building roofed in 1717 and the church was finally dedicated in 1729. The new parish was created out of the Parish...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out the paint analysis of the interior and exterior of the house
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Museums | Organisations | Portfolio | 1 Comment

The Benjamin Franklin House

The stairs - note that this was taken before the glaze was applied (see below) Craven Street was originally known as Spur Alley until it was redeveloped by William Craven, afterwards 5th Baron Craven, from 1728. A...

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Patrick carried out the paint analysis on this 'Greek' Thomson house
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Conservation | National Trust for Scotland | Portfolio | No Comments

Holmwood House, Glasgow

Holmwood House was built by Alexander Thomson in 1857-58 near the village of Cathcart, on the southern fringes of Glasgow. The client was James Couper who, with his brother Robert, owned the nearby Millholm paper...

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Patrick Baty carried out the paint analysis on the interior and exterior
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Conservation | Exterior | National Trust for Scotland | Portfolio | No Comments

Broughton House, Kirkcudbright

Broughton House is a mid-eighteenth century house in the town of Kirkcudbright. From 1901 to 1933 the artist Edward Atkinson Hornel lived and worked there. He was one of the 'Glasgow Boys' who were influenced by...

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Patrick Baty has helped the Regency Town House Museum for many years
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Conservation | Museums | Organisations | Portfolio | No Comments

Brunswick Square, Hove

Over the years I have been assisting the Regency Town House with matters concerning paint and colour. On a personal level I have also lent the curatorial team a collection of family letters from 1824-1870, many of...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out an analysis of the paint on the exterior and interior of the chapel
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Institutions | Places of Worship | Portfolio | No Comments

Hermon Chapel, Oswestry

The Hermon Welsh Independent Chapel was designed by the Revd. Thomas Thomas and built in 1862-63. In style it has a classical, three bay Tuscan pilastered facade under overall pediment. I was...

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Patrick Baty has measured the colours in the house to allow for their reproduction
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Museums | Organisations | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | 2 Comments

Apsley House

Apsley House is a museum and art gallery on the south-east corner of Hyde Park. It was originally built by Robert Adam between 1771 and 1778 for Lord Apsley. In 1807 it was bought by Richard Wellesley, 1st...

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Patrick Baty was commissioned to carry out an investigation of the decorative schemes applied in various rooms
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | No Comments

Monkenholt, Hadley Green

The house apparently dates from 1767. During the 1920s it was the childhood home of Dame Cicely Saunders (née Strode), the founder of the hospice movement. After the Second World War William Booth of the Gin...

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