Author(s): FLEMING AND GORE
Good condition with dustjacket tidy dustjacket.
This beautiful book celebrates that tradition, placing particular emphasis on the years from 1680 to 1820, when the pioneers like William Kent, Capability Brown and Humphry Repton, turned whole landscapes into works of art.
With words, often taken from contemporary sources, and 350 illustrations, of which 138 are in colour, The English Garden presents the pursuit of gardening as a pleasure and shows how, throughout history, our gardens have reflected the society and architecture of the times.
256 pages. Index. Bibliography. 10¼” x 7½”.