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- Glyde Court in Co. Louth is an eighteenth century house that was remodeled in the Jacobean style in the nineteenth century. The lengthy seventeen bay garden front was completed by 1868 and was designed by the architect, George Coppinger Ashlin. This new addition was built in front of a Georgian farmhouse that was once known as Rosy Park. At the time of the 1911 census the house is listed as extending to 38 rooms with 18 outbuildings being situated to the rear of the house. The artist William Orpen visited Glyde Court in the summer of 1907 to paint the portrait of eccentric Vere Foster Family and their donkey. He found the house cold, electric light had not been installed and candles were still in use. Elizabeth Christina Hervey who married John Thomas Foster in 1776 was renowned for becoming involved in ménage au trios with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in 1782. A number of items that belonged to her which came from her father’s vast art collection remained in Glyde Court until the contents were dispersed at auction in 1982 after the death of the last member of the Vere Foster family. In recent times Glyde Court was the inspiration for the decaying ancestral home of James Bond featured in the 2012 film Skyfall. Producers visited the house but the fragile and ruinous nature of the house meant it was unsuitable to be used as a film set. Read about this once wonderful house in my second book 'Irish Country Houses - Portraits & Painters'. #louth #irishcountryhouse #bond #jamesbond #skyfall #glyde #ruin #abandoned #devonshire #architecture #book #painting #orpen
- Glyde Court in Co. Louth is an eighteenth century house that was remodeled in the Jacobean style in the nineteenth century. The lengthy seventeen bay garden front was completed by 1868 and was designed by the architect, George Coppinger Ashlin. This new addition was built in front of a Georgian farmhouse that was once known as Rosy Park. At the time of the 1911 census the house is listed as extending to 38 rooms with 18 outbuildings being situated to the rear of the house. The artist William Orpen visited Glyde Court in the summer of 1907 to paint the portrait of eccentric Vere Foster Family and their donkey. He found the house cold, electric light had not been installed and candles were still in use. Elizabeth Christina Hervey who married John Thomas Foster in 1776 was renowned for becoming involved in ménage au trios with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in 1782. A number of items that belonged to her which came from her father’s vast art collection remained in Glyde Court until the contents were dispersed at auction in 1982 after the death of the last member of the Vere Foster family. In recent times Glyde Court was the inspiration for the decaying ancestral home of James Bond featured in the 2012 film Skyfall. Producers visited the house but the fragile and ruinous nature of the house meant it was unsuitable to be used as a film set. Read about this once wonderful house in my second book & #39;Irish Country Houses - Portraits & Painters& #39; . #louth #irishcountryhouse #bond #jamesbond #skyfall #glyde #ruin #abandoned #devonshire #architecture #book #painting #orpen
- Glyde Court in Co. Louth is an eighteenth century house that was remodeled in the Jacobean style in the nineteenth century. The lengthy seventeen bay garden front was completed by 1868 and was designed by the architect, George Coppinger Ashlin. This new addition was built in front of a Georgian farmhouse that was once known as Rosy Park. At the time of the 1911 census the house is listed as extending to 38 rooms with 18 outbuildings being situated to the rear of the house. The artist William Orpen visited Glyde Court in the summer of 1907 to paint the portrait of eccentric Vere Foster Family and their donkey. He found the house cold, electric light had not been installed and candles were still in use. Elizabeth Christina Hervey who married John Thomas Foster in 1776 was renowned for becoming involved in ménage au trios with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in 1782. A number of items that belonged to her which came from her father’s vast art collection remained in Glyde Court until the contents were dispersed at auction in 1982 after the death of the last member of the Vere Foster family. In recent times Glyde Court was the inspiration for the decaying ancestral home of James Bond featured in the 2012 film Skyfall. Producers visited the house but the fragile and ruinous nature of the house meant it was unsuitable to be used as a film set. Read about this once wonderful house in my second book 'Irish Country Houses - Portraits & Painters'. #louth #irishcountryhouse #bond #jamesbond #skyfall #glyde #ruin #abandoned #devonshire #architecture #book #painting #orpen
- Then and Now: Glyde Court in Co. Louth is an eighteenth century house that was remodeled in the Jacobean style in the nineteenth century. The lengthy seventeen bay garden front was completed by 1868 and was designed by the architect, George Coppinger Ashlin. This new addition was built in front of a Georgian farmhouse that was once known as Rosy Park. At the time of the 1911 census the house is listed as extending to 38 rooms with 18 outbuildings being situated to the rear of the house. The artist William Orpen visited Glyde Court in the summer of 1907 to paint the portrait of eccentric Vere Foster Family and their donkey. He found the house cold, electric light had not been installed and candles were still in use. Elizabeth Christina Hervey who married John Thomas Foster in 1776 was renowned for becoming involved in ménage au trios with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in 1782. A number of items that belonged to her which came from her father’s vast art collection remained in Glyde Court until the contents were dispersed at auction in 1982 after the death of the last member of the Vere Foster family. In recent times Glyde Court was the inspiration for the decaying ancestral home of James Bond featured in the 2012 film Skyfall. Producers visited the house but the fragile and ruinous nature of the house meant it was unsuitable to be used as a film set. Read about this once wonderful house in my second book 'Irish Country Houses - Portraits & Painters'. #louth #irishcountryhouse #bond #jamesbond #skyfall #glyde #ruin #abandoned #devonshire #architecture #book #painting #orpen
- Then and Now: Glyde Court in Co. Louth is an eighteenth century house that was remodeled in the Jacobean style in the nineteenth century. The lengthy seventeen bay garden front was completed by 1868 and was designed by the architect, George Coppinger Ashlin. This new addition was built in front of a Georgian farmhouse that was once known as Rosy Park. At the time of the 1911 census the house is listed as extending to 38 rooms with 18 outbuildings being situated to the rear of the house. The artist William Orpen visited Glyde Court in the summer of 1907 to paint the portrait of eccentric Vere Foster Family and their donkey. He found the house cold, electric light had not been installed and candles were still in use. Elizabeth Christina Hervey who married John Thomas Foster in 1776 was renowned for becoming involved in ménage au trios with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in 1782. A number of items that belonged to her which came from her father’s vast art collection remained in Glyde Court until the contents were dispersed at auction in 1982 after the death of the last member of the Vere Foster family. In recent times Glyde Court was the inspiration for the decaying ancestral home of James Bond featured in the 2012 film Skyfall. Producers visited the house but the fragile and ruinous nature of the house meant it was unsuitable to be used as a film set. Read about this once wonderful house in my second book & #39;Irish Country Houses - Portraits & Painters& #39; . #louth #irishcountryhouse #bond #jamesbond #skyfall #glyde #ruin #abandoned #devonshire #architecture #book #painting #orpen
- Then and Now: Glyde Court in Co. Louth is an eighteenth century house that was remodeled in the Jacobean style in the nineteenth century. The lengthy seventeen bay garden front was completed by 1868 and was designed by the architect, George Coppinger Ashlin. This new addition was built in front of a Georgian farmhouse that was once known as Rosy Park. At the time of the 1911 census the house is listed as extending to 38 rooms with 18 outbuildings being situated to the rear of the house. The artist William Orpen visited Glyde Court in the summer of 1907 to paint the portrait of eccentric Vere Foster Family and their donkey. He found the house cold, electric light had not been installed and candles were still in use. Elizabeth Christina Hervey who married John Thomas Foster in 1776 was renowned for becoming involved in ménage au trios with the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in 1782. A number of items that belonged to her which came from her father’s vast art collection remained in Glyde Court until the contents were dispersed at auction in 1982 after the death of the last member of the Vere Foster family. In recent times Glyde Court was the inspiration for the decaying ancestral home of James Bond featured in the 2012 film Skyfall. Producers visited the house but the fragile and ruinous nature of the house meant it was unsuitable to be used as a film set. Read about this once wonderful house in my second book 'Irish Country Houses - Portraits & Painters'. #louth #irishcountryhouse #bond #jamesbond #skyfall #glyde #ruin #abandoned #devonshire #architecture #book #painting #orpen
- Posing at the entrance of the James Bond Island .. me clearly more excited than the boy :p This is the island where the famous James Bond movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" was shot. The most famous landmark of this place is that vertical limestone cliff jutting out of the water in the background of this picture . . #tb🔙 #wanderlove #wanderlust #traveladdict #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelblogger #travelblog #bloggers #instablog #insta #instagram #instadaily #instagood #potd #ilovetraveling #thailand #jamesbond #instatravel #igers #globetrotter #exploretheworld #vacation #traveler #wanderer #travelpartner #besthusband
- Posing at the entrance of the James Bond Island .. me clearly more excited than the boy :p This is the island where the famous James Bond movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" was shot. The most famous landmark of this place is that vertical limestone cliff jutting out of the water in the background of this picture . . #tb 🔙 #wanderlove #wanderlust #traveladdict #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelblogger #travelblog #bloggers #instablog #insta #instagram #instadaily #instagood #potd #ilovetraveling #thailand #jamesbond #instatravel #igers #globetrotter #exploretheworld #vacation #traveler #wanderer #travelpartner #besthusband
- Posing at the entrance of the James Bond Island .. me clearly more excited than the boy :p This is the island where the famous James Bond movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" was shot. The most famous landmark of this place is that vertical limestone cliff jutting out of the water in the background of this picture . . #tb🔙 #wanderlove #wanderlust #traveladdict #travel #traveling #travelgram #travelblogger #travelblog #bloggers #instablog #insta #instagram #instadaily #instagood #potd #ilovetraveling #thailand #jamesbond #instatravel #igers #globetrotter #exploretheworld #vacation #traveler #wanderer #travelpartner #besthusband

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