'An artist and an art dealer's country house filled with paintings and heirlooms. It may be packed with paintings, but this Wiltshire house is far from an austere showcase, with 20th-century pictures, quirky curios and treasured heirlooms giving it a welcoming charm.'
'Mummy, quick, look,’ shouts Sarah Graham’s six-year-old daughter as she carefully carries a beetle in from the garden of their 18th-century house. Sarah is obviously delighted that her daughter shares her fascination with beetles, ladybirds and spiders. A celebrated painter of exotic plants, flowers and insects in large scale, she has just taken delivery of a new monograph of her work following a recent exhibition in London, which she proudly shows to her interested daughter.
Sarah and her husband, art dealer James Holland-Hibbert, and their two young daughters have enjoyed the summer holidays in their Wiltshire village house surrounded by good mid-20th-century British art and Sarah’s collection of antique prints of insects and flowers, which provide inspiration for her.'