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A collection of family portraits (including works by Hudson, Reynolds, Romney and one of Susanna Trevelyn painted in part by Gainsborough and altered, reputedly by Reynolds, two watercolours by Turner; 18th and 19th century furniture, including pieces by Chippendale and Sheraton; early 18th century needlework panels; 18th century English porcelain including rare Bow figures; and a cabinet of curiosities, with stuffed birds, antiquities, fossils and geological specimens. Also a good collection of books from an early collection - including a substantial part of Lord Macaulay's library, with many annotated books - the Wallington library dates mainly from the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the working collection of the Trevelyans, a remarkable family of radical liberal landowners. In addition to the classical books of George Otto Trevelyan (1838-1928), local books, left-leaning politics can be found; many are annotated. There are several spectacular individual books, including colour plate books and inscribed and association copies.
Plan of proposed bridge over Rothley Lake
Lancelot (‘Capability’) Brown (Kirkharle 1716 - London 1783)
Idleness and the Pilgrim of Love
Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones (Birmingham 1833 - London 1898)
Caroline Philips, Lady Trevelyan (1849-1928) with her Son Charles, later Sir Charles Philips ...
James Archer (Edinburgh 1822 – Haselmere 1904)
Florence Patricia Trevelyan (1915-2013) on her 80th Birthday, March 1995
Jonathan Parker (b. Belfast 1968)