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'For the Greeks, male nudity was unremarkable, whereas it would have been scandalous for a woman to appear in public even partially unclothed,' writes art historian Michael Hall in this week's cover feature of Country Life. Thus, when the Athenian sculptor Praxiteles carved a 'daringly depicted' ...
Wolterton Hall, Norfolk. 'My house, of my own building, is not extremely large, nor little; is neither to be envied, nor despised... neither magnificent nor contemptible, but convenient,' wrote Horatio Walpole in 1745 of this home in a letter inviting an acquaintance to come and visit. We can onl...
Who can resist a picture of a red squirrel contentedly munching a nut in a wood full of bluebells? Not us, not you, and neither could the judges of the Red Squirrel Survival Trusts Photographer of the Year award. Three-quarters of Britain's 300,000 red squirrels live in the Scottish Highlands, bu...
The cattle at Whittington Lodge Farm, the salvaged kitchen cabinetry given new life by designer Bryony Richardson and the crumbling medieval ruins of the Chapel of St Michael on Roche Rock, St Austell might have little in common, but all come together in this week's green-themed issue of Country ...
From the gatekeeper to the Scotch argus, where do butterflies and moths get their names?
'Here, the world is a little wilder,' writes Ben Lerwill in this week's Country Life as he describes his visit to Skomer, an island off the Pembrokeshire coast. 'Beds of bracken and bluebells froth above plunging cliffs as grey seals swish through rocky inlets. Porpoises swim in the swell, guille...
Duets can be difficult at the best of time, especially when your musical partner is a nightingale. Unless, of course, you're the best cellist in the world. #countrylife #beatriceharrison
Next week sees the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings, which saw over 150,000 soldiers from Britain, the USA, Canada and across the world land on the beaches of Normandy in the largest amphibious invasion in history. To commemorate the milestone, military charity @blind.veterans is paying tri...
Portheras Cove in Cornwall looks like the sort of place you'd read about in an old-school adventure story (Famous Five? Treasure Island?) and yet here it is, a real place, and gracing the cover of Country Life this week. The West Country is full of such gems, pinch-yourself places which make you ...
Getting lost, in the nicest possible way.
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The gardens of Pusey House in Oxfordshire grace the cover of this week's issue of Country Life, but the magazine's focus is squarely on a different green space a fair bit further down the River Thames: the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. It is 'probably the greatest such event in the world', writes our ...