A5 book, 128 pp., 59 illustrations.
Catherine Aldred, Chris Broughton (plus Cover, left), Howard Eaglestone, Andrew Naylor, Steve Wilkin.
~ Jo Darke. Preface: The Public Monuments and Sculpture Association.
~ Patrick Eyres. Introduction.
~ Nicola Smith. Walpole, Whigs and William III (the symbolism of William III during the 1730s as a context to the bust in the Temple of British Worthies).
~ Ingrid Roscoe. Peter Scheemakers and the Stowe Commission (the landscape garden as a major site for works during the 1730s and 1740s).
~ Joan Coutu. Stowe: A Whig Training Ground (sculptural projects of the Grenville Cousinhood during the 1740s and 1750s, including the Grenville Column).
~ Patrick Eyres. Interpretation, Conservation, Re-Interpretation: The Iconography of the Medallions of Concord and Victory (National Trust discoveries, 1994-96, clarify the iconography of the 1760s).
~ Michael Bevington. Select Bibliography: Stowe Landscape Garden (18th-20th centuries).