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Michael Hall applauds an exemplary new biography of the man who introduced the British to art history.
A botanical wonderland with its own uncompromising and unique flora is just a shorthaul flight away in the volcanic archipelago of the Canary Islands.
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Bid on a bracelet made from the famous eventer's tail hair and support the Children's Hospital at the John Radcliffe.
'This is and has been my favourite painting, now and for many years past.'
Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
Autumn gardens; tips on reducing your workload; cooking with wild mushrooms and how to prepare for the shooting season.
At first glance, a baked tomato—on closer inspection, the delicious receptacle of a spicy-rice extravaganza.
Veer slightly off the beaten bridleways of the Daylesford triangle and head into Warwickshire to find glorious Cotswold countryside within reach of London.
Emily Rhodes enjoys a revealing portrait of a writer whose tempestuous love life was as thrilling as her depictions of romance.
Czech mate: how Skoda became stylish.
Russian roulette on the Rynda.
Creamed tomatoes on toast are easy to whip up and even easier on the palate.
Will the region be revitalised by two of the biggest estate sales of the year?
'It’s a very dynamic and complex composition.'
UK branded one of the world’s worst countries for Nature in ‘insubstantial’ report.
'I imagine a bedraggled but bohemian wedding party, laughingly holding onto their hats and dancing in procession along the cliff, perhaps to the strains of that plinky-plonky song from the…
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