Three ceilings – Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery

While the previous episode of Past Matters reminded listeners to look down when visiting historic houses, in a pleasing symmetry, this episode reminds them to look up. I talk to Clare Gough, Director at Pitzhanger Museum & Gallery, about three beautiful ceilings in the building, touching on subjects of family fallouts, the use of light in architecture and clever restoration tricks along the way.

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Tribune restored. Credit: Angelo Hornak. © Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust
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Breakfast Room. Angelo Hornak. © Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust
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Upper Drawing Room finished. Credit: Angelo Hornak. © Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust

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