An introduction to the British manor house

The British manor house provides an ideal way to explore the art and culture of a particular period. Historically the manor house was the house of a feudal lord of a manor, with one of its key features being its great hall. Beginning with Hardwick Hall (1590–1597) and ending with Castle Coch (1871), this five-week course will explore their architecture, art, and history, placing them with the context of their period.

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  • Cost: £70
  • Credits: 5