Eyres: Landscapes and Gardens

Patrick Eyres: Landscapes and Gardens (selected works published elsewhere)

~ Patrick Eyres (Wentworth Castle), Liz Humble (Wentworth Woodhouse), ‘The Renaissance of The Wentworths’, The Georgian, no. 2 (2010).

~ ‘Wentworth Castle: Gibbs and Garden Buildings’, in Charles Boot (ed.), Gibbs and Gardening: The Work of the Eighteenth-Century Architect James Gibbs (Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust, 2010).

~ ‘Jacobite Patronage: Lord Strafford, James Gibbs, Wentworth Castle and the Politics of Dissent’, in Susan Kellerman and Karen Lynch (eds.), With Abundance and Variety: Yorkshire Gardens and gardeners across Five Centuries York: (Yorkshire Gardens Trust, 2009).

~ ‘The New Arcadians: An Introduction to the Tarasque, Coracle and New ArcadianPresses’, <www.doaks.org/research/garden_landscape> (Washington DC: DumbartonOaks, Research Library Catalogue, 2009).

~ ‘Follies of Dissent and Omission: Monumental Reflections on the American War of Independence’, The Follies Journal, no. 7 (Winter 2007).

~ ‘British Naumachias: the Performance of Triumph and Memorial’, in Michel Conan (ed.), Performance and Appropriation: Profane Rituals in Gardens and Landscapes (Washington D.C: Dumbarton Oaks/Harvard University, 2007).

~ ‘A Labour of Hercules: How the Georgian Group have helped preserve the riches of Wentworth Castle’, The Georgian, no. 1 (2007).

~ ‘The Georgian Landscape Garden and the Victorian Urban Park’ and ‘Modernism, Postmodernism, Landscape and Regeneration’, two introductions, in Patrick Eyres and Fiona Russell (editors), Sculpture and The Garden (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2006) .

~ ‘Georgian Naumachias: Parkland Celebrations of British Naval Supremacy’, Trafalgar Chronicle, no. 16 (2006).

~ ‘The Rockingham Mausoleum, Wentworth Woodhouse (1795): Sculpture as Political manifesto’, in Urzsula Szulakowska (ed.), Power and Persuasion: Sculpture in its Rhetorical Context (Warsaw: Art Institute of Warsaw / Henry Moore Foundation, 2004).

~ ‘Wentworth Castle: Jacobite Follies conservation supported by HLF’, Follies Magazine, no. 54 (spring 2003).

~ ‘The Archer: Eric Aumonier’s Icon of Urban Travel and of the Pre- and Post-War London Underground’, The Sculpture Journal, no. 8 (2002).

~ ‘Commercial Profit and Cultural Display in the Eighteenth-Century Landscape Gardens at Wentworth Woodhouse and Harewood’, in Michel Conan (ed.), Bourgeois and Aristocratic Cultural Encounters in Garden Art, 1550-1850 (Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks/ Harvard University, 2002).

~ ‘The Folly of Follies: What’s In A Name?’, The Follies Journal, no. 2 (2002).

~ ‘New Life for a Georgian Gem’ [Wentworth Castle], The Georgian (autumn-winter, 2002).

~ ‘Celebration and dissent: Thomas Hollis, the Society of Arts and Stowe gardens’, The Medal, no. 38 (Spring 2001).

~ ‘Patriotizing strenuously, the whole flower of his life: the political agenda of Thomas Hollis’s medallic programme, The Medal, no. 36 (2000).

~ ‘Whig patriotism and improvement: the political landscape of Wentworth Woodhouse’, Q/W/E/R/T/Y , no. 10 (2000).

~ ‘Jacobite Treason, Hanoverian Triumph: the Political Monuments of Wentworth Castle and Wentworth Woodhouse’, Follies Magazine, vol. 9, no. 1 (1997).

~ ‘1996, Destination Mekonta, Citadel of THE MEKON’, in Mekons Collective (ed.), Mekons United (Florida: Polk Museum of Fine Art, 1996).

~ ‘La Nature comme Construction Politique. Paysage et Signification dans L’Iconographie d’un Jardin Paysagist du XVIIIe Siecle: Castle Howard’, Digraphe, no. 52 (1990).

~ ‘Classic Ground: A Confrontation with the Military Sublime’, Circa Art Magazine, no. 43 (1989-90).