Hughenden Manor

A large double page antique print illustrating Hughenden Manor in Buckinghamshire, with six vignettes of the grounds, From the Illustrated London News. Drawn and signed G. Montbard. Titled 'English Homes No. XXXII'. Dated April 22nd 1893. Also with one other illustration of Hughenden Manor the 'Corner View' on the reverse of the main print and with a four page write up of the Manor. (Paper rather thin, txt on reverse visable) very good condition with centre fold as issued. A large, impressive and understated rare series from The Illustrated London News by George Montbard. Size approx 58x40cm.

Grade 1 listed Hughenden Manor was home to the Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli from 1848-1881. During the Second World War Hughenden Manor was used as a secret intelligence base. The Manor is now in the hands of the National Trust.


Publish Date: 22nd April 1893

County: Buckinghamshire

Illustrator: Illustrated London News