One of the twentieth century's foremost British garden designers, Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) created around 350 gardens in England and abroad. The Formal Garden she created at Hestercombe between 1904 and 1908 in collaboration with Edwin Lutyens is considered to be the best surviving example of their celebrated partnership. Listed Grade 1, it is also Grade 1 on the Historic England register of historic parks and gardens.


  • Title: Gertrude Jekyll
  • Creator: Sir William Nicholson
  • Date Created: 1920/1920
  • Physical Dimensions: 765 x 775 mm
  • Rights: Courtesy National Portrait Gallery [NPG 3334]
  • Medium: Oil on Canvas

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