Located in the Scottish Borders, Manderston Hall was one of the last great country houses built in the British Isles in 1895 before World War I. The stables were designed by John Kinross and are truly deluxe with its marble mangers, marble floors in the tack room and bronze poles in the horse stalls. This photograph was taken by William Curtis Rolf as part of his collection of British and French stable images.
- William Curtis Rolf has photographed the architectural and cultural details of Britain and France and has published books on British and French stables. His prints are in fine collections worldwide, and he has had exhibitions in the US, France and Japan.
- This image was specially selected by Ralph Lauren's art acquisition team and made available through an exclusive partnership with Getty Images and Conde Nast.
- Image: 16½" L x 16½" W. Silver frame: 25" L x 25" W. This item is non-returnable.