Patrick Eyres: Landscapes and Gardens (selected works published elsewhere)
~ ‘Wentworth Woodhouse and the Yorkshire Commissions of Humphry Repton’, Garden History 47: supplement 1, Spring 2019, Repton and Horticulture.
~ ‘The Talented Mr Repton: Conflict, Culture and Contradiction in the Yorkshire Red Books’ (including ‘Epilogue: The influence of Humphry Repton on the poet-gardener, Ian Hamilton Finlay’), in Patrick Eyres and Karen Lynch, On The Spot: The Yorkshire Red Books of Humphry Repton, Landscape Gardener (Leeds: New Arcadian Press, 2018).
~ ‘The Naval Portraits of Eric Kennington, 1940: Sculptor as Wartime Propagandist’, in Katharine Eustace, Mark Stocker and Joanna Barnes (eds.), Sculpting Art History: Essays in Memory of Benedict Read (London: PMSA Publishing, 2018).
~ ‘Portraying ‘Capability’ Brown’s Yorkshire Landscapes: The Georgian country house portrait as an art of public relations’, in Ian D. Rotherham and Christine Handley (eds.), What Did Capability Brown Do for Ecology? The Legacy for Biodiversity, Landscapes, and Nature Conservation (NHBS: Wildtrack Publishing, 2017).
~ ‘Flaneuring in Mekonta 2016’, in mekons existentialism (Sin / Verse Chorus Press, 2016).
~ ‘Championing James Gibbs at Wentworth Castle’, in James Lomax, Evelyn Silber and Christopher Webster, Cornucopia: Essays on Architecture, Sculpture and Decorative Arts in Honour of Terry Friedman (1940-2013), (Leeds: Leeds Art Fund, 2015).
~ ‘The Industrialist’s Landscape of Armley Park and Mills’, in Wendy Frith (ed.), Memoria: Histories, Memories, Representations (Todmorden: Fold Press Publishing, 2015).
~ ‘Introduction’ and ‘Lord Raby’s Embassies and their representation at Wentworth Castle’, in Patrick Eyres and James Lomax (eds.), Diplomats, Goldsmiths and Baroque Court Culture: Lord Raby in Berlin, The Hague and Wentworth Castle (Stainborough: Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, 2014).
~ Co-author (with Jane Furse) and editor, Wentworth Castle Gardens: Guidebook (Stainborough: Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, 2014).
~ ‘The Leasowes: Walking with Shenstone’, Follies Magazine, 2014.
~ ‘Diversities of Meaning and the Eighteenth Century Landscape Garden’, in Stephen Bending (ed.), A Cultural History of Gardens, vol. 4: The Age of Enlightenment (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013).
~ ‘Introduction. Jacobites and Tories, Whigs and True Whigs: Political Gardening in Britain c.1700-c.1760’ and ‘Jacobite Anticipations: Lord Strafford, Wentworth Castle and Dissident Political Gardening’, in Patrick Eyres (ed.), Wentworth Castle and Georgian Political Gardening: Jacobites, Tories and dissident Whigs (Stainborough: The Wentworth Castle Heritage Trust, 2012).
~ ‘The Romance, Meanings and Conservation of 18th-Century English Follies’, Heike Munder, The Garden of Forking Paths: An Anthology about Contemporary Follies (Zurich: Migros Foundation, 2011).
~ 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: Dumbarton Oaks, 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).