'The most chaste and correct specimen of its style in the kingdom’: Joseph Bonomi the Elder (1739 – 1808) and Rosneath House
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Rosanna Barraclough's online presentation ‘The most chaste and correct specimen of its style in the kingdom’: Joseph Bonomi the Elder (1739 – 1808) and Rosneath House, is hosted by the Argyll Papers and will take place on Zoom Friday, 16 December, 7.30pm.
Rosanna's presentation is based on her research for her degree (for which she won the Hawksmoor prize) and additional information that she has gained during her internship with the Argyll Papers, during which she consulted the correspondence, accounts and extensive collection of Bonomi’s plans for Rosneath House held in the archives.
Seminars are free for members of the Friends. Non-members are welcome to attend and are invited to make a donation of £5 per seminar.
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