Humphry Repton in Hertfordshire Launch
Join us to celebrate the launch of Susan Flood and Tom Williamson's new book.
2018 marks the bicentenary of the death of Humphry Repton, one of the most important and prolific of English landscape designers.
Repton made a particularly significant contribution to the landscape of Hertfordshire, working at no less than eighteen places in the county, ranging in size from great mansions like Cashiobury and Panshanger to more modest 'villas' owned by wealthy businessmen and industrialists, such as Wood Hill in Essendon.
Come and join us at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies to learn more about the life and work of one of our best known landscape designers and meet the authors of our latest book Humphry Repton in Hertfordshire.
- 19 April 2018
- Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies