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Cecil Beaton's Circus Bed!

"Tweedland" The Gentlemen's club: Ashcombe House . From Beaton to Madonna .

Master bedroom, Ashcombe

*maybe will need to do a drop downwall to frame out area around furnace. Then hang curtains behind that* surrounding Cecil Beaton 's circus bedroom decorated with murals painted by the likes of Rex Whistler and Olivier Messel

Cecil Beaton's Circus Bed, originally designed by Rex Whistler, recreated by Beaudesert Ltd ©Beaudesert

Cecil Beaton's Circus Bed, originally designed by Rex Whistler, recreated by Beaudesert Ltd ©Beaudesert

Cecil Beaton's bedroom, Reddish House, via http://www.garboforever.com/Bilder/Lover-Friends/Cecil_Beaton-02.jpg

Cecil Beaton's bedroom at Reddish House.

AD Italia, March 1997. Photo - Massimo Listri

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... (Cecil Beaton) ©The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby’s

Mirror and ornaments at Ashcombe (Cecil Beaton) ©The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby’s

Cecil Beaton’s bedroom

Weed,Succulents,Flowers Some Of This Some Of That

Bert Leo on Al Barnes' Circus Wagon - USA, 1920  Information about Al Barnes' Circus can be found on:     http://www.westland.net/venicehistory/articles/barnescircuszoo.htm

Bert Leo (James Leo Duffy) on Al Barnes' Circus Wagon Clowns (left to right): Curley Phillipps, Bill Taffe, and Bert Leo. Driver of the wagon is unknown.

A Sitting Room at 39 Preston Park, Brighton, decorated by Rex Whistler.

Sitting Room - 39 Preston Park, Brighton - decorated by Rex Whistler

Cecil Beaton.  Portrait of Lucie Rosen.

Madame de Pompadour (Portrait of Lucie Rosen by Cecil.

Cecil Beaton in the Circus Bedroom at Ashcombe.  The "Fat Lady" in the mural behind Beaton was painted by his friend, Rex Whistler.

Cecil Beaton in the Circus Bedroom at Ashcombe. The 'Fat Lady' depicted in the mural behind Beaton was painted by his friend, Rex Whistler.

Scrapbook page: surreal elements.

Scrapbook page: surreal elements.

Illustration by Cecil Beaton for Vogue

Haute Cuisine: Photographer and Renaissance Man Cecil Beaton’s Recipes From the Pages of Vogue – Vogue

The bed that you see once belonged to the fashionable 18th-century British actor, David Garrick, and his wife.  The Garricks were at the forefront of 18th-century fashion, and they, like so many other wealthy Europeans of the day, took a shining to chintz, using the fabric for bed hangings and a cover on their beautiful Thomas Chippendale-designed bed.

Style Court: "A quintessentially British example is the four-poster Garrick bed made by Thomas Chippendale for the Thames-side villa of celebrated actor, David Garrick It was hung with Indian textiles and today belongs to the V & A.

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Cecil Beaton watercolour of Mona and Harrison Williams in their Palm Beach living room

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