Capability Brown never sat for a portrait bust. In a second in a series of updates, sculptor Jon Edgar explains how his work to create one is progressing
Visitors will have the chance to explore some rarely-open Capability Brown landscapes in the coming days and weeks as part of the National Gardens Scheme (NGS), raising money for charity
A new five-minute film about Capability Brown and his work is now available on YouTube
Clare Herbert, producer and writer at film production company Cosmic Carrot, gives a behind-the-scenes look at how the new five-minute film about Capability Brown was made
The National Trust has been capturing images of their Capability Brown landscapes from a unique angle - the air. Mike Calnan, Head of Gardens and drone pilot extraordinaire, explains more
Prince Charles has praised Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s landscapes as being of ‘incomparable beauty’ in a new video message launching English Tourism Week
Lancelot “Capability” Brown died 233 years ago today, on 6th February 1783.
Find out more about Blenheim Palace, one of the best-known and largest of Capability Brown's landscapes, and our site of the month
Plans are afoot to place the first full-size statue of Brown near his former family home. Richard Jackson explains more
Looking to work off a Christmas lunch, or for the perfect spot for a new year stroll? Plenty of landscapes designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown are open over the festive season for visitors to explore.