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Contents: Foreword - Andrew Fane; Introduction - John Darlington Chapter 1: 'A Work to wonder at - perhaps a Stow': the significance of the 'superb mansion' at Stowe - Jeremy Musson Chapter 2: The Architectural Development of Stowe House - Michael Bevington Chapter 3: Restoration - Restoring Magnificence - Nick Morris; The Architect's View - Jane Kennedy; Plaster and Statues - Trevor Proudfoot; Metalwork - Rupert Harris; Research Decorative Schemes - Patrick Baty; Textile Recreations for the Blue Room - Annabel Westman; Lighting - John Darlington; The Egyptian Hall - John Maddison; The Discovery of the Baroque Wall Paintings on the East Staircase - Rhiannon Clarricoates; The Temple-Grenvilles as Collectors - Anna McEvoy Chapter 4: Stowe Architecture since 2000 - Anthony Wallersteiner Notes

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Stowe House's Chief Executive Officer Nick Morris, who has managed restoration work there for the past eight years, has drawn together contributions from leading experts to produce an authoritative work that looks behind the creation of the house, charts the continuing evolution of the site and demonstrates the care taken to ensure authenticity throughout the GBP40m restoration programme. As Stowe School's Operations Director from 2009 to 2017, he was closely involved in the School's building projects and management of the site and he now looks forward to completing the restoration and continuing to work closely with the School and the National Trust in that work and in presenting the House to the public.

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