Folly at Montacute House by Dale Goffigon

Folly At Montacute House shows an Elizabethan garden pavilion at the late Elizabethan mansion with garden in Montacute, South Somerset. It is an example of English architecture that was a transition from the medieval Gothic to the Renaissance Classical and one of the few prodigy houses to survive almost unchanged from the Elizabethan era. Prodigy houses are either "noble palaces of an awesome scale" or "proud, ambitious heaps" according to taste.

H: 36” W: 48”

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