Humphry Repton bust


Haddonstone commissioned this impressive bust based on engravings to mark the bicentenary of Humphry Repton’s death. It complements our 2016 portrait bust of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown – the first ever created. Similar in scale they work well as a pair (purchase separately). Position on a Haddonstone pedestal to give greater prominence and visibility within a garden setting.

  • Available in a range of colors
  • Stylish and frost-proof bust that will weather over time and last for many years
  • A significant work: no previous portrait bust of Humphry Repton exists
  • Hannah Northam created the original busts

Humphry Repton (1752-1818) is considered the successor to ‘Capability’ Brown. Famous for his ‘Red Books’ showing ‘before’ and ‘after’ views, Humphry Repton’s landscapes often incorporated a transition between house and grounds with terraces and balustrades. Important commissions included Harewood, Hatchlands, Holkham, Russell Square, Sheringham, Uppark and Woburn.

Please note that this product is handmade to order in the UK.  

Whilst we do everything we can to ensure you receive your order as quickly as possible, sometimes our production and delivery times take longer than usual.  

To discuss your order, please call our friendly team on 866 733 8225 or email to discuss the latest lead times for this particular product.

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