The grounds include the Painswick Rococo Garden, as it is now known, which was laid out by Charles's oldest son Benjamin Hyett II (1708-62) (brother of Nicholas Hyett, constable and keeper of the Castle of Gloucester). The garden was painted by Thomas Robins the Elder in 1748. Robins's painting allowed the garden to be restored in the 1990s under the direction of Painswick's owner, Lord Dickinson, who inherited the house in 1955.
- Historic England. "Painswick House (1153435)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 6 August 2015.
- "Painswick Rococo Garden in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, nr Cheltenham, Stroud and Gloucester". rococogarden.org.uk. Retrieved 7 August 2015.
- Patricia Cleveland-Peck (11 September 1998). "Gardening: Portrait of a paradise regained". The Independent. Retrieved 31 January 2018.
- "Gardening: Scene by the limner of Bath: In the first of an occasional series on gardens in paintings, Anna Pavord looks at Thomas Robins's 18th-century study of Painswick in Gloucestershire". The Independent. Retrieved 7 August 2015.
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