List of Colour Plates

Page xi

A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 16. Originally published by Boydell & Brewer for the Institute of Historical Research, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 2011.

This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by Victoria County History Oxfordshire. All rights reserved.


COLOUR PLATES (between pages 178 and 179)

1 Chilterns landscape: Middle Assendon and the Assendon valley from the air in 2007, looking north. (University of London)
2 Chilterns landscape: Bix valley in 2009, looking north. (© English Heritage. NMR DP074786)
3 Henley from the Wargrave Road in 1698, painted by Jan Siberechts (detail). (By courtesy of the River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames)
4 Henley from the north-east c. 1690s: detail from Jan Siberechts, 'Landscape with Rainbow' (Tate Gallery, London; © Tate, London 2009)
5 Henley: the Chantry House from the east (river) side. (Photo Ruth Gibson)
6 Henley: the upper floor of the Chantry House (interior), looking south. (© English Heritage. NMR DP074862)
7 Henley decorative brickwork: (a) 13 Reading Road (photo Derek Toms); (b) 20 Market Place (University of London)
8 Henley 19th-century middle-class housing: (a) Norman Avenue; (b) Queen Street. (University of London)
9 Henley Congregationalist (now United Reformed) church (built 1907), photographed in 2009. (University of London)
10 Henley Royal Regatta Headquarters, built 1986. (University of London)
11 Bix churches: (a) Old Chapel ground (site of Bix Gibwyn church) from the air, 2007 (University of London); (b) Old Chapel ground: geophysics plan, showing probable Roman building (Matt Berry and Dr Tim Astin); (c) Bix Brand church (abandoned 1875), showing chancel arch and flanking niches. (© English Heritage. NMR DP074753)
12 Harpsden: (a) Harpsden estate map, 1586, drawn by John Blagrave for the Forster family. (ORO, C17:49 (129); photo OxS, OPA D254781a); (b) Harpsden Court and church from the air. (University of London)
13 Harpsden Court from the north, showing the 18th-century Gothic front. (Photo Ruth Gibson).
14 Harpsden: Bolney Court (built 1908–11) in 2010. (© English Heritage. NMR DP096169)
15 Greys Court: the main domestic range (c. 1574–6), east front. (© English Heritage. NMR AA042029)
16 Greys Court: the mid 14th-century 'Great Tower'. (© English Heritage. NMR AA045592)
17 Rotherfield Greys: Shepherd's Green in 2009. (© English Heritage. NMR DP074798)