Stowe (1)

I had no idea how grand Stowe School is – an eighteenth-century house of extraordinarily grand scale, looking out over a park and with a huge entrance portico, apparently designed jointly by Robert Adam and Thomas Pitt, Lord Camelford, highly neoclassical in feel:-

The current school dining room is of staggering grandiosity, a room of sensational neoclassical magnificence, classical Roman in style and scale:-

Next door is the State Music Room, also very neoclassical, with Pompeian decoration:-

Quite somewhere to do your prep.


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