Press

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  • Escape into art

    EDP Norfolk Magazine, June issue
    Paul Vater, Director of Contemporary and Country by Paul Vater
    Escape into art
    Thanks to Dominic Castle, Editor of Norfolk magazine. It's June edition, just published, features Contemporary and Country on pp52 and 53 - take a look when you get your copy of the magazine this month. We hope you enjoy the range of work we are able to show online. There are some extremely talented, creative people in this part of the country. If there is an artist's work you are particularly interested in, let us know and we will put a collection of their work together for you to view on screen that only you will have access to, in the comfort of your own home.

  • "What women really want for Christmas"

    Featured in The Telegraph, 6 December, 2017
    Paul Vater, Director of Contemporary and Country by Paul Vater
    The Telegraph colour supplement, December 2017
    The Telegraph colour supplement, December 2017
    Thank you to Anna Harvey, The Telegraph's Timeless Style columnist and ex-Deputy Editor of British Vogue who recommended us in her column this week entitled "What women really want for Christmas" Take a look at our Christmas gift ideas, order now and receive your purchases in good time for Christmas.

     
  • Featured in the Financial Times

    Jewellery Designer Monica Vinader - How To Spend It
    Paul Vater, Director of Contemporary and Country by Paul Vater
    Financial Times - How to spend it
    We were delighted to get a mention by Monica Vinader in her interview with the Financial Times – How To Spend It Magazine. In the piece Monica mentions her love of all things Norfolk and our summer pop up at Houghton Hall gets her endorsement! The portrait of Monica taken by Anna Huix is taken in front of the stables and main house at Houghton Hall with the tree stump of Richard Long's White Deer Circle peaking out fo the ground behind her.