Elysian Ground – Little Greene Paint

Elysian Ground

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Elysian Ground

In 1738 the architect William Kent – renowned for his follies – designed a small, stilted, timber garden room to stand in the middle of a pond within the Elysian Fields at Stowe in Buckinghamshire. It was first decorated by the Italian painter Francesco Sleter, who combined figurines, foliage and calligraphy in an intricate Chinoiserie style, with this sumptuous deep stone colour as a background. Paint research has shown this treasured building was repainted at least twice in the 19th-century and again in 1937. Following periods in Wotton, a neighbouring estate, and Ireland, the Chinese House was returned to Stowe to undergo a complete – but faithful – refurbishment in 1996.

Elysian Ground is a part of the large collect of paints available within the Little Greene Paints collection.  Feel free to browse our website finding that perfect colour for your needs or even Call us on 015398 22666 for help or advice.

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We do recommend testing a colour before purchase to ensure you are happy with the final result.

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Orders will take 2 working days. However, if you live in the Isle of Wight, Scottish Offshore Islands, Channel Islands, or Northern Island, please call for a quote .

What happens if my goods are damaged in transit?

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Blue Paints

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