Throughout the morning on fine days, the sunlight streams through the three windows of the first-floor drawing-room. By the afternoon, it is the turn of the elongated studio at the back of the house. Still more unimpeded light. Friends of the artistic pair were aghast at the scale of the undertaking, though most were full of hearty encouragement, tinctured by the proviso: better you than us. But one wholly supportive friend was Dr. Miriam Stoppard, chairman of Dolphin Studio. â˜I started buying Glynn’s work over twenty years ago when he was a student at the Royal College of Art. I now have whole rooms devoted to his drawings, so it was obvious to me that the house with all its wealth of architectural detail and marvellous atmosphere would prove an inspiration.