State bed probably made by Francis Lapierre for Holme Lacy in the early eighteenth century. Given to the National Trust by the Art Fund in memory of Graham Baron Ash of Wingfield Castle, Suffolk, 1980 (inv.
Drawing Room - George F. Baker houses comprise a block of adjoining residences owned by the Baker Family in Manhattan. The architect for most of these, including No. 67 & 69 East 93rd St, was Delano & Aldrich, most fashionable residential architects in New York City in the early 20th Century. Their style was classical, but with more restraint & simplicity than the more exuberant Greek Revival forms of the mid-19th Century.