Ricky  Pound,The Masonic Mason Slain. The Hiramic Legend in the Red Velvet Room at Chiswick’,

Richard Hewlings (ed.), English Heritage Historical Review (November 1, 2009, pp. 1), pp. 154-163.

Ricky Pound, book review for James Stevens Curl, ‘Freemasonry & the Enlightenment: Architecture, Symbols and Influences(International Journal of Environmental Studies, June 27, 2012), pp. 848-851.

DOI: 10.1080/00207233.2012.699375,

Ricky Pound, book review of Ric Berman’s ‘Espionage, Displomacy & the Lodge: Charles Delafaye and the Secret Department of the Post Office’ in Susan Sommers, Joachim Berger and Martin Cherry (eds.), Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism (forthcoming 2017).

Ricky Pound, ‘Chiswick House - a Masonic Temple?’ in Gillian Clegg (ed.), Brentford & Chiswick Local History Journal (Number 16, March 1, 2007), pp. 4-7.

Ricky Pound, ‘Chiswick House’ in Mark de Novillis (ed.), Arcadian Vistas: Richmond's Landscape Gardens (May 1, 2013), pp. 137-38.

Ricky Pound, ‘Masonic Symbolism in the Red Velvet Room at Chiswick House’ in Mike Kearsley (ed.), The Square (December, 2015), pp. 61-62.


Appendix to Victoria Thorpe, ‘The Last Great Jacobite Councils in England’, & Thorpe & Pound, 'Obscure Jacobite Ceramics'  in Royal Stuart Journal, (No 1, 2009), pp. 37-40, 52.

Dave Fellows, Senior Archeologist, English Heritage, Chiswick House Gardens Archaeological Report (November 1, 2007).

A list of books or articles that contain or make reference to my research.

Rosemary Baird, Goodwood: Art and Architecture, Sport and Wealth (London: Francis Lincoln Limited, 2007), p. 215.

Steven Brindle, ‘Kent as Painter’, in Susan Weber (ed.),  William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain

(BCG/ Yale: London, exhibition catalogue, 2014), pp. IX, 132, 148, 661.

Gillian Clegg, Chiswick House and Gardens: A History (London: McHugh Publications, 2011), pp. 6, 27-29.

Rob Collis, ‘To a Fair Meeting on the Green: The Order of Toboso and Jacobite Fraternalism, 1726-1739, in Allan Macinnes, Kieran German, & Lesley Graham (eds.), Living with Jacobitism, 1690-1788. The Three Kingdoms and Beyond’ (London: Pickering & Chatto publishers, 2014), footnote 1.      

Joan Coutu, Then and Now: Collecting and Classicism in Eighteenth-Century England (London: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005), pp. 23, 228, 291.  

James Stevens Curl, Freemasonry & the Enlightenment: Architecture, Symbols and Influences

(London: Historical Publications Ltd, 2011), pp. 144, 341.

James Stevens Curl, Georgian Architecture in the British Isles (Swindon: English Heritage, 2010), pp. VIII, 22, 394, 419.

Rolf Grunseit, Australia’s Rebel Convict. The Adventurous Life of the Irrepressible Sir Henry Browne Hayes (Centennial Books, 2011), pp. VI, 181.

David Harrison, The Genesis of Freemasonry (Hersham: Lewis Masonic, 2009 & 2014), pp. 8, 136.

David Harrison, The York Grand Lodge (Bury St Edmunds: Arima Publishing, 2014), pp. 49-50, 139.

Richard Hewlings, ‘Palladio in England’ in Country Life (January 28, 2009), pp. 48-50.

Paul Kleber Monod, Solomon’s Secret Arts: The Occult in the Age of Enlightenment (Yale: Yale University Press, 2013), p. 185.

Cristina Ruggero,  ‘An Homage from Turin: Filippo Juvarra’s Sketches for Lord Burlington’ in Paola Bianchi & Karin Wolfe’ (eds.), Turin and the British in the Age of the Grand Tour (conference papers Rome/Turin, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 1, 32, 40, 246n, 254n, 256n.  

Matthew Scanlan, ‘A Masonic Temple in West London?’ in Freemasonry Today (Winter 2006/7, Issue 39), p. 33.

Christina Smylitopoulos (ed.), Agents of Space: Eighteenth-Century Art, Architecture, and Visual Culture (Cambridge; Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016), p. 25.

James Stourton & Charles Sebag-Montefiore, The British as Art Collectors: From the Tudors to the Present (London: Scala Publishers Ltd, 2012), p. 340.

David Watkin, The Classical Country House (London: Aurum Press, 2010), p. 191.

Published Research by Ricky Pound on Chiswick House