The Colourful World of Holland House, July 11th at Lutyens and Rubenstein Bookshop

Linda Kelly will discuss Holland House which was considered London’s greatest political salon.  From L&R bookshop: “In the first thirty years of the nineteenth century – when the Whig party were almost constantly out of office, the home of the third Lord Holland became the unofficial centre of the Opposition. Combining politics and the arts, the salon attracted the greatest names of the age: Byron,Thomas Macaulay,Talleyrand and Madame de Stael all dined at Holland House.|

 Lutyens & Rubinstein.

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