A really ‘camp’ fireplace
I recently went to a wedding outside London; the location was fantasic; it was at Gosfield Hall in Essex. It is about an hour out of London by train.
As I was noting the architecture, curios and artwork, I noticed the fireplace was incredibly camp. I thought there is something just a bit too much about the cherubs hugging each other. Also, I don’t think the cherubs have aged too well; they look a bit over the hill for a cherub.
I wonder what the person who designed them was ‘thinking’. Was this kind of design the rage at the time?