Illustrated with over 1oo photographs by the noted photographer William Curtis Rolf, The British Stable is a must-have coffee table book for students of history, architecture, and horses – or in this case, the confluence of all three.
Author Giles Worsley explores stables built from the 12th century to 1914 and perhaps only Curtis-Rolf could so elegantly capture the ways in which these stables were designed – at a time when horses were revered – to showcase their noble inhabitants.
Hardcover, 316 pages.
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