Special preview of National Trust book

PUBLISHED: 14:02 02 March 2016 | UPDATED: 14:02 02 March 2016

Amy Jane Adams and William Shakespeare

Amy Jane Adams and William Shakespeare

© Thousand Word Media

PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANTONY THOMPSON

The National Trust have joined forces with artist and historian Amy Jane Adams (AJ) to promote Britain’s buildings. AJ has a studio near Burford and has created THE NT COUNTRY HOUSE COLOURING BOOK, due for release on April 14, 2016.

To celebrate, Langford Village Hall was turned into a British-themed public gallery for one weekend.

Cotswoldians and Londoners sipped marmalade cocktails at a private view whilst viewing 90 unique portraits of National Trust Houses, inspired by both Renaissance masters and London graffiti.

www.ajafineart.co.uk

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