Country Life - 26 February 2014 (CL260214)

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Country Life issue CL260214 published on 26 February 2014 by Time Inc.

Product Description

Fine Art issue

The difference a good frame makes
Fit the labrador into a Ferrari
The continuing inspiration of Jekyll
Racuous rooks
The ultimate cellar


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Fine Art issue The difference a good frame makes
Fit the labrador into a Ferrari
The continuing inspiration of Jekyll
Racuous rooks
The ultimate cellar
THIS WEEK
' Buying art is about emotions'
The flamboyant Swiss actioneer Simon de Pury talks to Teresa Levonian-Cole about the 'incurable illness' of collecting
Edward Harley's favourite painting
The chairman of the Acceptance in Lieu panel chooses a Corot portrait that 'enchants and suprises'
Parish church treasures
John Goodall investigates a gilded effigy at the Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick, Warwickshire
Country Life and The Great War
John Goodall explores how advertising changed during the First World War through the Country Life archive
Progress achieved with the lightest touch
Steven Desmond visits Vann in Surrey,
where careful owners have enhanced a garden worked on by Gertrude Jekyll
Hope for the studio-village
Plans for the future of the Watts Gallery in Surrey
Kitchen Garden cook
Melanie Johnson has some winning ways with parsnips
Now, the lab can go in the ferrari
Steve Moody solves the problem of how to fit a labrador into a supercar when he test drives the new FF
EVERY WEEK
Town & Country
Farmers rally around the flood-stricken
In the garden
The importance of wild daffodils
Property market
Penny Churchill explores a historic house in Salisbury's Cathedral Close

Additional Information

Publisher Time Inc.
Title Country Life
Frequency Weekly
Sector Lifestyle
Date 26 Feb 2014
Month February
Year 2014